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 3:  Provincial Library   ^Y&pl;^  Vol. XXII.  CRESTON, B C, FMDAY, MAY 9,  1930  mju ^ i* f*  wW  Miss Marion Heric was a Cranbrook  visitor last week, leaving on Thursday.  Mrs. W. R. Long, w o has spent  almost the past three months at her  hqme an "Vancouver, arrived home on  Wednesday.  ;J  Will Graham* had two of his- fingers,  badly crushed on Thursday last when  they got caught in the cement mixer  while at work at the cement pipe making  plant at Arrow Creek.  Misses Madeline Putnam and Margaret Fraser, who have been attending  B.C. University at Vancouver the past  term, arrived home on Thursday.  Mrs, K. M. Telford and Mtss Marcella  Sanford are Spokane visitors this week,  leaving on Monday.  Douglas and Miss Beth Putnam are  Cranbrook visitors this week. Mr. and  Mrs. Handley and son, James, were  motor visitors to Cranbrook on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. H. A. jAeKowan was a  weekend* visitor here with her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cartwright, accompanying them on a motor trip to Spokane  on Monday.  Mr. Magiio is a Spokane visitor this  week, leaving for that city on  Monday.  Miss Edith Palfreymas aad Miss K.  Cotterill left at the end of the week on a  visit with friends in Chicago, III.  Goat River was crowded with fisher-  men on Sund ay, the trout season having  opened at May 1st. About the finest  catch of the day was made by Geo.  Leadbeater, with a string of five very  fine rainbow.  Roy Telford was a visitor at Bonners  Ferry on Saturday' oirbnassness eosaoctdd  TwiifilCb&'i^eha^  Nisbet was examining a number of applications for naturalization.  Canyon Farmers' Institute are to be  at home to members and friends at a  card party at the hall on Saturday night,  May 17th.   3   -ir    _  OliU.  tluiiuicn  imp. uiiu carts, cx-t, opfeiiCef  are spending a few days in Nelson, guests  of the former's mother.  Chas'. Moore of Creston is in this section this week doing some surveying for  the government, his first effort being to  locate a new route for the road to the  Canyon that will get away from the  necessity of rebuilding a coupler of timber  bridges on the present road between the  Weannouth ranch and the river.  The young people are having consider-.  able luck at gopher killing according to  M. Samuelson, who is the official receiver  of tails. Some of the boys are just a  little discouraged due the fact that their  gopher traps have been stolen in a  number of cases.  Was.*Campbell, bridge foreman, who  with three others was killed in a bridge  collapse at Rossland on Monday, is well  known in this section. He was in charge  of construction of the high level bridge  at Canyon in 1920; the bridge over Goat  River at Kitchener in 1927, and again at  the Goat river bridge at Canyon last  winter.  J  Display Ability  c������;._ j   oirimr  TV____._.  ._ ������I,_I_X*_  Part in Evening's Activities at  Parish Hall���������Hopes X0s Real  Gymnasium are  Entertained.  ZS&MgMfmggg-  C. A. Robinson arrived from Calgary,  Alberta, at the end of the week, and is  spending some time at the ranch.     Mrs.  Robmson arrived  from Trail   about  a  month ago.:     ::'. ;'���������..        YY''--":"��������� ";   ���������.-  Miss Thelma Vance of Lumberton is a  visitor at her home in Canyon City at  present^. ......r  .'..,'-���������.-...;....  Mrs. Walsh, who has been at Trail for  some weeks past, arrived this week on a  visit at her home here.  Chas. Pipe expects to leave about the  middle off the month for Kitchener where  he will be in charge of the forestry look-  oat station in the mountain near that  town. -  Every class of apple is in full bloom  this week. Mcintosh and Wealthy  apples are heavy in blossom and the  winter varieties are also prominent, giving promise of better than, an average  crop if weather conditions are favorable.  (, A nuimPDer^ were at  C reston on Saturday; a.btendin.g: a sittin g  of  the county  court at  which  Judge  of x  Fruit Growers and Shippers  with members of the  INTERIOR    COMMITTEE  of DIRECTION  will be held in  United Church Basement  ���������   CBKSTON, on  Jos. W. Bell of Kimberley was a weekend visitor at his ranch here, making the  trip by auto.  .'Col. Lister, was a visitor in the Nelson  district a couple of days last week, returning on Saturday.  ;.-^:S^LJS^h^S^^-^^rat!*E������e4^.. .from  Calgary/AlbertaB\,where he has been a  visitor for the past month. He is accompanied by his daughterB Miss Frances  who will holiday here for a couple o!  weeks, before resuming work in the provincial land titles office in that city.  Public school inspector Manning made  his official visit here on Wednesday last,  and found school affairs in excellent  shape.   The enrollment is now 32.  Alex. Martin, n employee at the  Reeves-McDonald mine at Salmo, spent  the weekend here with A, R. Bernard,  leaving on Monday for Vancouver.  Rev. A. Garlick of Creston had a good  turnout at the monthly Anglican Church  service on Sunday morning.  Dr. Henderson of Creston made his  semi annual medical inspection of the  school on Monday.  The John Huseroft and Harry Helme  portable sawmill is again emitting in the  mountain timber near Camp 3, the  lumber and square timber to be used in  the erection of the Long, Allan & Long,  Limited,  fruit  warehouse sJt)f Erickson.  Ivor Gusfa.son of Nelson 'arrived on  Friday with a couple of head! of cattle he  had purchaped at Grey Creek. He has  purchased the Filmer-Milliniiston 20 acres  on the sawmill road and w3th his wife  and family are returning next week to  take possession.    --������������������-���������  ���������Death under very trying ciircumatances  last week claimed Marta, the five year  old daughter of Mr. and Mrp. Ed.  Herman, who had only arrived here  about six weeks ago from Weyburn,  Sask., with burial talcing place at Creston cemetery on Friday after service  taken by Rev. Carl Baase nt tho Lutheran parsonage in that town. Cause of  death was woodtick attack.  The Parish Hall was the scene of great  interest cm Thursday evening. It was  occasioned by the athletic display given  by the juniors under the supervision of  Messrs. Truscott arid ������rcutt of Creston,  and assisted by aYsquad from Sirdar  under the leadership of Mr. .C. Price.  The evening was a-most successful one  Judging by the attendance and the very  enthusiastic applause which met the  efforts of the various performers.  It would be hard to pick out the particular stars of the evening a_ the performers, were all so good. The human wheels  by the boys tumbling squad was quite a  novel turnover. The Elephant Walk by  the girls' squad was encored and provided great amusement for the spectators  and to make the count rigiet only two  went into the ark���������the others shipwrecked. An outstanding feature was the  pyramid by the Sirdar girls.  The boxing exhibition of Ferguson and  Bourdon in the iOO lb. class showed  great effort and training. Little Lewis  Truscott and Maizie Ferguson at 5 and  7 years .espectivelyfshowed considerable  aptitude at elevated work upon the  shoulders of the instructors.  Such impossible, feat, as walking upon  the knees, with the feet forward and from  that position performing the head over  heels backwards, -^afe exemplified by Mr,  .Oreutfc^^a'i^rSg^  Wynndel  in the dis-  driving a  Mrs.  were  address, Colonel Mallandaine put before  the meeting his appreciation of the evening's activities and the necessity for  continued application to bring forward  boys and girls worth while with development along physical lines which would  fit them better for the; world of work  that lies just a Jew years ahead of them.  W. Truscott expressed his thank to  the assisting instructors, Irwin Orcutt of  Creston and Charles Price and his squad  from Sirdar; and to the United Church  for the free use of the church basement  for training; and to the drill squads  themselves for their precision and attention to the instructors. The speaker  then brought forward his thoughts upon  the great need of a gymnasium for the  community, properly eq_ipped,.built and  serviced���������somewhere for all ages to get  the very necessary training and develop-  iment, taking many off the streets and  making real citizens of no mean country.  This community has gTeat talent and it  should be developed even though it be at  some sacrifice. Though the evening's  performance was more than expected the  speaker insisted that the possibilities  were but partly demonstrated.. After all  expensesare deducted will net $40. Those  in the various events were:  SIRDAR ���������Lloyd Cameron, Rheta  Cameron, Charles Bleumenauer, George  Bleumenauer, Gordon Bleumaneur, Bob  McCabe, Nettie McCabe^ Margaret  Lombardo, Archie Lombardo, Charlie  Lombardo, John'Rogsrs, Maggie Rogers,  Daisy Rogers, Annie Pascuzzo, Carmella  Pascuzzo, Irene Pascuzzo,. Nora Pascuzzo  and Dick Dennes.  CRESTON (girls)���������Nellie Payne, Phil-  3ys> MacDonald, Ruth Spencer, Margaret  Miller, Irene   Bourdon,  Molly   Moore, I    Mrs. Williams and daughter of Nelson,  Ethel Sutcliffe, Doris Ferguson, Eleanor j who have been   visiting with Mr. and  Spratt,    Beryl  Palmer,   Ruby   Palmer,   Mrs.* Cam, have returned home.  Daisy Trevelyan, Dorothy Palmer, Ruth  Inspector Manning was a visitor to  Wynndel school last week, and during  his stay here was a giiest of Mr. and  Mrs. W. J. Cooper.  Wyandel Woiaeu's Institute regular  meeting on Thursday, May 14th,~at 2.30  p. m. at old schoolhouse. Demonstration after regular business.  Mrs. T. Dunseath, who has been at  the coast for the winter months, returned  home last week.  The very latest car owner  trict is L. Benedetti, who is  1_27 Chevrolet sedan.  Mrs; Towson, Miss^ E. Towson,  R. Andestad   and  A. E. Towson  Bonners Ferry visitors on Monday.  C. B. Twigg of Creston, local provincial hortitultu-i-t, was here on an inspection trip last week.  -Strawberries are coming into bloom  and with the showery weather of the  pqpt week plants are looking fine.  The government grader v?as over the  roads last week and the main road is  much improved by the work done, but  the side roads would have been better  left alone. Instead of having the nice  dry road as fixed by gravelling last year  the road is now soft, rutty arid muddy.  *a ������w*  _+**Mfi3Cl +*W*k   ass-* *$V*T  file  3J*������.  ���������*-%-��������� V*JC       M KS  still lying in the road to make travelling  worse.  Sirdmr  \   The  caimlfc^w^^hi^  Orcutt and Truscott padked. the; load,  gave four of the boys a great ride.  Great flexibility, was shown by Nellie  McCabe of Sirdar in a couple, of back  arches, and the physical, drill by the  Sirdarites was nicely d: ne. The flip-ups  by the Creston squads showed great  ability in rising to the occasion from an  impossible position. Ruby Palmer and  Donald Truscott also took an elevated  position when the instructors took them  for a ride.  As a laughter brirsger the burlesque  boxing put on by two of the Sirdar girls  would be hard to eeat. The human  balance by Messrs. Truscott and Orcutt  with Donald Truscott as a make weight  showed considerable ability on the part  of Mr. Orcutt in holding up his end of  things as he carried upon his wrists a  weight o. some 360 pounds.  The march by the Creston girls was  well done, being exact and well timed  and certainly reflected great cradit upon  their instructor, W. Truscott, The boxing by the Sirdar boys was good and  showed fereat spirit and good sportsmanship. As a windup to the athletics for  the evening the Creston boys gave a  pyramid BquaBh which certainly gave  the auditence a thrill that was hard to  beat.  In  a   brief, but much to  th������* point  Hare , Theo. Tompkins,   Jessie   Spratt,  ���������Gladys^DavieSi^^  Foer^er, Jane Ross. ' ir :x^:: /Y' Y;'  CRESTON Cboys)~^Hterbert -Cowling^  Frank Morrow,Bert M6rrow3Jim Downs,  Frank Bourdon, Will Ferguson, Norman  Nickel, Arthur Speers, Bill Bourdon,  Gerald Phillips, Irving Ferguson,, Jack  Johnston, Allan Speers, Lloyd McLaren,  Tony Morabito, Irwin Nickel, Raymond  Bevan, Douglas Alderson.Stewart Speirs.  Lfc-AliUE  The April report of Lister school shows  an average attendance of 27 per cent,  with tho falling off attributed to an outbreak of pink eye.   Highest standings  for the month are an followm   Grade R���������  Douglas McKee, Frank Yoibury, Erwin  Meyer.   Grade 5-~Clara Damke,  Grade  _���������Douglas Sinclair, Kirk Beard, Paulino  Klein.    Grade   8���������Cyril   Bird,  Gladyn  McOullough Raymond McKee, Manning  Powers.      Grade   2~-Mnrr.���������aret   Dent,  Alice WtflloprlnKv Roddy Davie.   Grade  SUBJECT: Poolfinpj provisions of la���������Margaret Sinclair, Eric JackR, Millie  . the'ProdlKW Marketing  Act,'Heard.   Grade lb���������Daniel Danika,  Gil-  nnd other matters of incf0T<3Q'|".  wort McCuHougli, Mary Drumi .  ,Y~.rr,������-     ..... .   .      ..I:      j   I    Perfect attendance-CyriU Bird, Roddy  NOTEUAll ttoM intending to Dttvl#fl Margwot Dent, Daniel Domke,  ship fruit during 1930 are required mHa Jm,,CB, PmiHjl0 KMn> Lott| K|o|n  to obfcun a Icwibo from the In-  Brw|tt Me8wr, aiam Mo8Wi uaymorrt  tjrior  Committee  of  Direction, McCuilouKl������, Manning JWu-w, Do-ukIm*  iS.eIownw, __>(_,, Sinclair, Alice WnUsprhitf,  ,THE OPENING GAME of the  INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.  CRESTON vs.  BONNERS FERRY  a ������  ,. at  Exhibition Park  SUN   MAY  , THREE p.m. Prompt  Both teams are in form and a fast  game ia atwuux-u.  LET'S. GO!"  Allee Siding  Mrs. McDonald returned last week  from a short holiday visit with Kimberley friends.  Ron. Smith left at the first of the week  on a business trip to Spokane.  Strawberries are pretty much in full  bloom in this section, and give promise  of at least an average crop.  Rudolph Carr is now working with  Chas. Moore of Creston who i_ in charge  of road survey work for the government  in Creston "Valley and Kootenay Xiako  section^.  This is proving to bo presidential year  for Alice Siding residents. Jas. Compton  haa just been named president of Creston  Co-Operativo Fruit Exchange, while  Chas. Sutcliffe is at the head of the Rod  and Gun Club and Stockbreeders' Association.  John McDonald arrived nt tho end of  the week from Princeton, and with his  wife is a guest of her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. John Kelly.  R. Stewort haa been at Creston fbr a  few days Rupervislng the installation of a  Prlgldnire system at tho new residence of  W. Fnsscr. ,  Mr. Millls and P. Argyle have just  taken a contract for a I .-foot extension [  of tho tunnel at the IClingensmith,  Compton &, KUngensmitli mine hero.  It in expected this extension will go in  far enough to tap the main quartz Beam  on the property.  Mrs. SimpMns left on Thursday for  Crowsnest on an extended visit.  Yic Grundy ^ler. on Saturday on  a  holiday visit at Vancouver and California  points. ^ .;.'':.:.    ' Y-Y'..  Mrs. Wm. Dixon returned on Saturday from a short visit with Cranbrook  friends.  Mrs. McFadden of Cranbrook was a  weekend visitor at Sirdar.  Miss Rosie Pascuzzo left on Thursday  for a visit witH Mrs. Walthers at Yahk.  T. Rogers was combining business  with pleasure on a visit to Creston on  Monday.  Quite a number from Wynndel were  here on Saturday night for the dance in  the community hall.  Inspector Manning paid his .< semiannual official visit to Sirdar school on  Thursday.  Mrs. Martin was a weekend visitor at  Creston.  inning annexed two more counters to  make the final score 11-9. The local  team was made up entirely of high  school players and were, consequentlys  considerably outmatched in both size  and weight. This Is the second defeat  Creston students have handed Yahk.  At Creston, on EaBter Monday* the high  school talent put over a win by a 16*4  margin.  AY SALE  Yahk Again D&feated  Tuesday night Orcnton High School  baseball team made tho trip to Ynhk and  for tho aocond time this season defeated  tho Yahk team, thia trip by 11 to 0 score  In a content that wont ton Innlngm  Croaton got away to an early atart and  ������t thp end of the fourth inning wero  loading fl to 0< _n,th������ noxt few framepi  Yahk had the boot of tho scoring and at  thf m*\ of tha <%hth ������W������rn ?n tho load  1) to 0. In the ninth Orenton mnnnpffid  to oven up tho count and In tho extra  Under the auspices of the Ladies'  Guild of Christ Church, in the  Parish Hall  SM "W        ft IB A \������    w% "V  Ali)   Km I    ]g  "Commencing 2,30 p.m.  Apron*  House Dresses, *8sc.  Home Cooking  Home Produce  AFTERNOON TEA  ADMISSION FIU3E1  BVIQKYBODY WESLCOMI31  cm  mmm Tjffjff1  THE   REVIEW,    CREST02T.   B.   C,  ���������Hie Red Rose Tea guarantee means what it says. If  Slot satisfied return the unused part in the package and  Jhe grocer will refund your money. 79  Plan Uaringr Venture  r  isdoodtea  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE is extra good  In the best package���������Clean, bright aluminum  rrtt TT T T,T    _ - t T?  j. he  w est rierps ttie x^ast  The reduced volume of wheat production in "Western Canada last year,  coupled with, the serious tie-up in grain shipments owing to the absence of a  profitable export market, has at least had the effect of opening tho eyes of  Eastern Canada to certain, facts which, formerly they did not realize, or at  all events -were loth to adroit did exist.  For a long period of years, even in fairly recent years, the opinion waa  voiced throughout the eastern, portion of the Dominion, that the West imposed quite a drain on the Bast, that the East was taxed to provide Immigration, transportation, and other services for the West, and for which the  East received no adequate return.  H"ow, apparently, this view is no longer held, for we and such an outstanding Ontario paper as "Toronto Saturday Night-," which, more or less  reflects the financial viewpoint of the city in which it is published, featuring  aa article which, opens with the following paragraph,:  "Behind the dark curtain of wheat���������the emphasis which has been placed  on failure of the last crop to move���������the controversy over marketing  methods with the resultaat propaganda���������is to be found the true economic  status of the Canadian west.v A clear and unbiased examination of the  facts���������the facta alone dissociated from the passions aroused by factional  conte_-tioa_���������is vital to east and west alike. TTpon audi knowledge only con  the ooirSdence of the maratfacturer In his co__J������tt_aenfcs for the summer and  fall mouths of the year be founded. There is no disputing the fact that the  balance hetween prosperity and a curtailed volume of trade rests upon: the  West*3 purchasing power."  The admiissian. or recognition, contained La that last sentence is certainly refreshing and welcoane to the p_opl_ of Western Canada. Its  recognition hy the -Cast must undoubtedly mean the rapid development of a j  better understanding between the vast sections of the Dominion which lie  to the east and west respectively of the Great Lakes. And such, better  understanding is vital to the welfare of Canada.  The second fact which the experiences of the past twelve months have  brought forcibly to the attention of the whole country is that the volume of  freight traffic provided for our two great transportation systems by the  grain shipments of the prairie provinces is an important, yes, a vital factor,  in maintaining their uet profits at a satisfactorily high figure. Not so long  ago, the railway managements contended that rates for western -grain  carriage fixed by the Railway Commission were so low that there was no.  margin of profit for thern in this class of business; that, in fact, there was  a loss taken in the movement of western grain, which ios3 had to be made  up out of other earnings. This, therefore, also constituted something of a  grievance in the eyes of eastern shippers.  Now, however, both railways have frankly attributed the drop in their  profits. In not merely the gross but the net profits, is to the heavy decline  in grain shipments. In other words, they have admitted- the profitable  nature of the western grain business from a railway transportation standpoint.  Group   Of   Japanese   Business   Men  Sponsoring  Air  Line  Acrosa  Pacific  A. project of inaugurating a. regular passenger and air line between  Japarx and the United States and  Canada to shorten the distance be^  tweert the continets to three; days is  reported to have been organzied by  a grovip of JapaRSBO business men  and financed at a capitalization of  $75,000,000. Four huge airships, resembling the Graf Zeppelin, which encircled tho globe last year, era expected to ise employed for tho regular air trips.  The Japanese government has been  officially asked for the necessary permits and those behind the enterprise  say they propose to go right ahead  with their preparations.  Sekl Hbshluo, noted Tokyo business man and one of the promoters,  says the plan was projected last year  shortly after the visit of the German  dirigible. The single fare for a passenger, he said, would be $1,500.  "It may take us a year or two to  complete organization," said Mr.  Koshino. "International agreements  will have to be negotiated. But we  are absolutely serious in this undertaking. It is a daring venture, but  we believe that it is feasible and we \  are prepared! to go right ahead with  it."  .VflL,  .^v.j    H������ 40tfi.. .    ..  T-TTT  >a^K^____������?^  m������������wStSJ2_������_������*iir  RHEUMATIC VICTIM  There are times when a baby ia]  too fretful or feverish to he sung  . to sleep. There are some pains a  mother cannot pat away. But  there's no time when any baby  can't have the quick comfort of  Castoria 1 A few drops, and your  !3tt?e one is soon at ease���������-back  to sleep almost before you can  slip away.  Remember this harmless, pure  vegetable preparation when children are ailing. Don9i stop its use  when. Baby has been brought  safely through the age of colic.  diarrhea, and other infantile ills*  Give good old Castoria until your  children are in their teens I  Whenever coated tongues tell of  constipation; whenever there's  any sign of sluggishness that  needs no stronger medicines to  relieve. CasSoria is pleasant-tasting ; children love to take it. Buy  the genuine���������with Chas. : H.  Fletcher's signature on wrapper.  FOR SIXTEEN YEARS  Dr.  Re-  These things "are deeply significant.   It is well known that freight rates  on grain in Western Canada are much lower than they are on railways in j box*fronTTlie'Dr.'^WilHams' Medicine  Williams'   Pink   Pills  stored   Ker   Health  Rheumatism is a disorder of the  blood. Wet, cold weather may  aggravate it but that is not the  cause. Bad blood charged with  uric sudd is the reason. Re-build  the blood and rheumatism will  disappear. Dr. Williams* Pink  Pills enrich and purify the blood  and that makes good health.  Mrs. John ��������� C. McPherson, St.  Mary's, Out., writes:���������-"For sixteen  years I was a- victim of rheumatism.  Por eleven years I ���������was unable to  walk. Massage and chiropractic treatment failed. I was utterly discouraged till I heard how strongly Dr.. Williams' Pink Pills were recommended  for cases like mine. I began their  use and in a few* weeks the pain Ies- j  sened, my appetite and color improved, and now I am able to do light  housework. It is wonderful what  these pills have done for me."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills do one  thing but they do it well ��������� they  enrich and purify the blood. This  rich blood banishes rheumatism,  sciatica, neuralgia and neuritis  and promotes health and strength.  The Pills are -sold by medicine  dealers  or   by  mail  at SO   cents   a  Fingerprints Are Radioed  Photographs. Also.  Exchanged.  Between Berlin and Buenos Aires  The  police  of Berlin   and Buenos  Aires successfully exchanged photographs and fingerprints by radio.  ��������� The.prints of a criminal's ten fingers were 'sent in. eight minutes and  were received with a clearness which  readily permits indexing and identification. ���������  No Moths In Arctic  Woollen Mittens Seventy-Eight Yeara  Old Are Like New  Clothes moths are unknown in the  Arctic. Let a pair of white woollen  mitts, hanging in the office of O. S.  FinnieY at Ottawa, testify. Mr. Finnic is director of the Northwest  Territories and Yukon Department of  the Interior.  They were  knitted���������these mlttena  The radio  transmission  of photo- j���������in England, 80 or 90 years ago. A  graphs however3  has  riot  yet  been j bundle of   them was   purchased   h&  so successful, bwt pen and Ink drawings from photographs can be transmitted perfectly. Berlin radioed to  Buenos Aires a sketch of its chief of  police, and Buenos Aires sent a sketch  of its chief of police to Berlin. Both  were reproduced excellently.  western grain areas of the United States, and to that extent the Western  Canadian farmer has au advantage over his United States competitor in  world markets. It is, however, gratifying to know that such advantage is  not gained by imposing actual loss upon the transportation companies of  this Dominion.  To the West, too. It is gratifying to know that It is a vital factor In  promoting the prosperity of the manufacturing Industries of tho East. That  is as it should be. The West desires to help Canada forward. It is  anxious that the settlement of its broad acres and the fertility of its soil  should result in big and profitable business for the Kast. The West prefers  Canadian-made goods above all others, and it is a source of real gratification  to our people to realize that we have it in o\ir power to confer the benefits  of Increased business and prosperity upon our fellow Canadian citizens east  of the Great Lakes.  Out of the troublous times and somewhat hitter experiences of the last  season there has come the happy realization, both oast and west, of our  dependence on each other; of our common interest in the welfare of each  other; In our Joint pride and concern In the progress and prosperity of our  common country.  j������������������<i>i^mw������,.mm������iM)^m<>mmm^������^>^mm^^������������������i^^i������i������ ������������������minimi ��������������������������� ������������������ i������ in, _"V_l!_r'"  " mm,mmm��������������������������������������� ���������ppni ���������iiiw-i -���������������������������������������___.���������������<.��������� mi iphiw m m**mm*mm*4t*iwmmm  The United States will show tho ! Not so many years ago, farmors  beat features of its "billion dollar j regarded sweet clover na a persis-  potiltry Industry" In nn exhibit to bn j tent wend; now they cultivate it for  sent to the World Poultry Congress j hay and pasturage and to. improve  in Liondon this Hummer. | the soil,  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Fair Booklet Issued  Under the title "Hints for Exhibitors," the provincial department  of agriculture has issued a booklet  that deals with exhibits and the  preparation of exhibits for the  World's Grain Exhibition and'Conference that will be held in Regina  July 25 to August 6, 1982, Copies  iQay be secured by applying to the  department. Hon. W. C. Buckle,  Minister of Agriculture, is chairman  of tho executive Saskatchewan com-  imittoe.  Establish Reference Monuments  During the summe^Qf ^i^SS,.. the \  Geodetic Survey .of Canada, Department of the Interior, established fundamental reference monuments in  fourteen towns and cities of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The sites,  usually in improved city parks, were  granted by the municipalities. Each  pier bears a bronze plate on which is  inscribed the elevation, latitude, and  longitude of th������ monument as established by the Geodetic Survey.  the outfitters of Captain Sir Leopold  McClintock, commander of onei of th*  ships that went north, in search of  Sir John Franklin.  They were fastened up in a cask  and cached on Dealy Island, in 1852,  exactly 78 years ago.  Last spring, Inspector Joy came  upon the mittens, and rte used them.  .They, i are *Jback in civilization, and  look like new.  Sick Animals  Welcome Mlnard's.   It   is    an  ideal first aid about the stable.  Get a bottle today.  One advantage the Senators will  enjoy now is that for whatever happens they wLU have a woman to  blame it on.  1 V  *^i^i__r  PHItUPS-  ror_^uW������������  due to Ajeik-  ACI������B"fOM*������,,  MCADAGMK  oAMe:_____������������_i  TH        J.  til���������3 jf\.ClCl  ��������� Miller'h Worm Powders con do no  injury to the most delicate child. Any  child, or infant in the state of adolescence, who Is Infested with worms  can take thin preparation without a  qualm of tho stomach, and will find  in it a Biiro relief and a full protection from these destructive posts,  which are responsible for much sickness and great Buffering: to tegloriH of  little ones.  Imw With Teatlt -  Two thousand Austrian* though  several thousand -allow removed from  Amotion aro kept dry by a prohibition law with teeth in It. Thoy are  po.aonfl who have committed small  crimen while under ,tho influence of  alcohol and who havo recaiyod son-  toncos which become effective when  and if they take another drink,  Blcli stomachs, oour ntoinacha and  IndigeMtkoM usually moan anceaa acid.  Tho titomaah nerves aro over-stimulated, Too much add mal-oo tho atom-  inch and intcutlucii tour.  Alkali lcllla acid instantly, Tha bont  fci-.iu hi riiUUpa' Mill; or Magnealn. be-  ���������cmiHo ono linrmlo-������, tantoleH_ done  ncutmli/<-!i many tlinou ilu volume In  Talte n spoonful In water nnd your  unhappy condition will probably end  In uvo mluutoji. Then you will alvvayn  anow what to do, Crudo and harmful  lYi.LhodM will never appeal lo you, Oo  prove this for your own ������nko. It may  nave ft, ijront many OtFiacTOwablci houm  Ho tiuro to Ret tlio genuine Phi Hips*  Milk of Magnesia prencrlbod by phyal  taftLSBViVctt itH 'invention. 00 yourH ago, [cinna"for noJy<mrn1ri correcting excoaa  H nan ramalned Uio otundard with acldn, Kach liotllo oontalnu full dlrec-  p^yiilclans everywhere. I tlonu-unv drujpto-tt,  DouKlan* EKyptlan Liniment Is im-  rlvnllorl for npftedy rollof In. muBoitlar  rheumatism, lama baok, ���������: Inflammation, hurnn and folans.  An Odd Ornament  A human jaw bono carved with  Hieroglyphs and niado int.o a pendant  Ih an odd ploco of "jewelry won. by  ono of tho prehistoric Mayna and  found )i'*wi������n(.ly by a TCrttlnh ,nrclmeo������  loglcial expedition to Britiah Honduras.  $������m  DonYt Let Foods  Stale  Foods that ordinarily stale quickly  wilt stay fresh and tempting a surprisingly Ions time if you cover  them with Para-Sani ���������Heavy waxed  Paper,  Your grocer, druggist or stationer  has Para-Sani In the handy, sanitary  kn I fc-edged carton. For those who  prefer a lighter paper put up in  sheet form ask for Appleforos  "Centre Pull" Packs.  i^l^M^Willllllfl  \ liil^iiliiilii-liiiiiliiig  II  \w\  Ym  Hill  m  $&&  w.  n,  TO".  ioa������  Western Representatives?    .  HUNTER-MARTIN & CO., REGINA, SAf_IC  1  fl  ).  *������  Lyy^^ THE  CSESTOW BETIBW  Flames from  doomed  shack halted  service  When fire consumed a small  shack near Mission early on the  morning of April 16, it destroyed about*69 feet of telephone  wires, putting 13 long distance  circuits and a number of Mission  local lines out of service.  Telephone men were on the  job 15 minutes after the trouble  was reported, however, and had  the circuits back in order by  6.35 a.m., or in time for the  day's business.  The long-distance circuits out  of order as a result of the fire  were: Vancouver-Calgary (2),  Yancouver-Kamloops (2(, Van-  couver-Chilliwack (4), Vancouver-Princeton, Vancouver-Pen-  tic ton, Haney-Mjssion.  Kootenay Telephone Go.  LIMITED  THE CRE!  REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription:    $2.50 a year m advance;  _o rt/\ __ tt in ;_ __  ������o.w _u u.o. puuivS.  C. F. HAYES, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,  B.C.,  FRIDAY,  MAY   ���������������  The Budget Pleases  generations and to have the taii-_  out of politics. When the two  parties seem so much agreed on  the tariff that they fight as to  which owns it, the tariff is no  longer a political issue, But, off  course, it may not be left in so  happy a position.  "Perhaps,   in   no    ungrudging  mood, that is the just praise of  this budget.   The salient feature  of it is the imposition of countervailing duties���������a new feature in  Canadian    tariff-making.      Mr.  Dunning insists that these duties  were not conceived* as retaliation  against theVdverse tariffs of the  United Stajfces.     It is the part of  Mr. Dunning to put it so.    Sut  who  doubts   that   these   duties  have been created with the United  States in mind, and who doubts  that if it had not been for the  present tariff   tendencies of the  United States, there would  have  been no need to make a countervailing tariff schedule in Canada?  Call it retaliation, or call  it  defense, or call it protection for the  Canadian   farmer���������what does it  I matter.    Public opinion of Canada will approve this kind of policy.  A like approval, we are very certain,   will   be   aceorded   to   Mr.  Dunmng's valiant attempt to do  something by way of his budget  for the improvement of our trade  with the   sister  nations   of   the  Public  iioo!  sort,  [Ms! iOhureii: Oreston  ������  Primary \ R������6ss_; Attendance   of  94 Per Gea||fBest Showing for  Month���������t>iilf Teacher Change  Division 4-fj_fepbrt Missing.  SUN a AY. MAY 11  CRESTON���������11.00 a.m., Matins.  S SK9_TErr_     r^!4iiDr*_J  UTH1 IHfcS     unuiwi b  Rev. R. B. CRIBB, B.A., Minister.  11.00 a.m.-WYNNDEL  4.00 p.m.-���������CANYON,  7,30 p.m.���������CRESTON.  @*<  >m.  For the BEST In  Empire."  Watching Mr. Pattullo  Another political development  that is being awaited with much  interest is the gathering of British  Columbia Liberals at Kami oops  at the end of the month for the  purpose of selecting a permanent  In connection with the budget  brought down at Ottawa Thursday last the Review has pleasure  in submitting the opinion of the ,     ,       !._.!.���������_.���������*.-  Vancouver Daily Province, Brit- ^J"OI *e ������* ������J'n **" ?!?v,?f  is- Columbia's   most influential T F������n<>'!���������? *e defeat of theifc-  Lean administration in 1928, T.  D. Pattullo was named temporary  leader at a meeting of the Liberal  m-T~r*5"       T tr_T"!������  Conservative  newspaper.     Here  it is:  "What does it do?    It puts a  countervailing duty on many farm  products  from foreign countries  which impose duties on   similar  farm products from Canada.    It  proposes   important   changes   in  the iron and steel tariffs, with the  general purpose of strengthening  the British preference.   It reduces  the sales tax from 2 to 1 per cent.  It increases the duty on New Zealand butter from 1 to 4 cents a  pound.    It admits British tea free  of duty altogether.   It imposes a  general ad valorem duty on fruit  and vegetables, the effect of which  is not entirely clear at this writing.   It makes certain   changes,  but   comparatively   unimportant  ones, in the incidence of the income tax.   It changes the duties,  up or down, but generally with  the intention of helping the British preference, on a great many  items of the existing tariff schedule.   On the   whole,  this  first  budget of Mr. Dunning's moves  in the direction of higher protection than Canada has ever known.  On   the   whole, consequently, it  moves  further  away   from   the  ancient Liberal dogma and principle of free trade.  Division 1���������B^ B. Stallwood, Principal.  Per cent.;attendance, 90.  Proficiency: Grade 8-Ed3th Rentz,  Tony Morobito^rBorothea MacDonald.  Grade ? --.udtiCtDavis, George Colli-,  Irene Bourdon.'^'''?':  Perfect   attendance���������Irene   Bourdon,  liucille   Dajvia, ^jj^aaea  Down.es, Hesper  Lewis. Frances^iliboire,   Molly   Moore, -,  Tony Morabito. Jack Payne, Bert  Mor-'  row, Edith Rentsi Arthur Speers, Allan  Speers, Margaret Stapleton, Daisy Tre-,  velyan, Clifford York.  Division 2���������Miss Meldnuro, teacher.  Per cent, attendance. 92.  Proficiency: Grade 6 ��������� Eleanor Spratt,  Uoyd McLaren, Ethel Sutdaffe. Grade  5���������Ruth Spencer, Irving Ferguson. Bill  Bourdon.  Perfect attendance ��������� Bill Bourdon,  Dorothy Coilis, Arthur Dodd, George  Doddf Clarence Embree, Bill Ferguson*  Ruth Hare, Irving Ferguson, Margaret i  Hendprson, Nila Hintz, Hughena Mc-  Creath, Norman Nickel, Gerald Phillips*  Ruth Spencer, Eleanor Spratt, Ethel  Sutcliffe, Charlie 3?aylor, Margaret To_-  chia, Robert WilKs.  Division 3���������Miss WadcP5te3������her.  Per cent, attendance, 86.1.  Proficiency: Grade 5���������Theo. Tompkins, Rachel Morrow, Ciaxa Schmidt.  Grade 4���������Leona Schmidt, Maisie Ferguson, Ruth Davis.  Perfect attendance���������Ruth Davis, Doris  Ferguson, Doris Hendy, lona Hills,  Stuart Hilton, Helen McCreath, Jean  Ryckman, Leona Selnaridt, Jessie Spratt,  Theo Thompkins, Richard Trevelyan,  Billy Weir, Maggie Brady, Gladys  Davies.  Division 5���������Miss M. Brown, teaaher.  i    Per eent. attendance, 94.18.  j Proficiency: Grade 2b ���������Kenneth Hester, Lorna Donaldson, Teddy Hewitt.  Grade la���������Hazel Speirs, David McFarland,. Vera Watson. Grade lb���������Agnes  .Lovestrom, Zola Walkey,, Eileen Pendry.  Perfect attendance���������George Bourdon,  Charles   Brunharas   Conrad   Brunham,  Give us a call.    We are handling the MAPLE LEAF  Bran, Shorts, Middlings, Corn, Cracked  Corn, Wheat, Oats, Crushed Oats, Oat Chop  Barley Chop, and everything else in this line.  Maple Leaf, Robin Hood and  Royal Household Flour  Prices are right.       Try us once and be convinced.  cCREAT  Sole agent for GAX.T COAL.  ej.  ���������Q  members-elect, and the meeting) Kenneth French, Lillian Hendren,. Ken-;  on the 31st is for the purpose of  the party as a whole officially confirming Mr. Pattullo in the position, or naming a permanent successor.  More than usual interest centres on the convention due the  fact that B.C. papers of Conservative persuasion have quite dilig-  neth Hester, Teddy Hewitt, Olga  Hurack, Bobby Kernaghan, Grace 3_ewis3  Agnus Lovestrom, Ellen Morabito, Victor McKay, Ethel Morrow, James  O'Neil, Eileen Pendry, Jack Ryckman,,  Dorothy Schmidt,, Hazel Spiers, Hans  Steiner, Leslie Tooze, Vivian Walkey,  Zola Walkey, Vera "Watson, Edna Willis,  Bert McFarland, David McFarland,  Fred McKay,, Russell Biccum, Lorna  Donaldson, Maud Ross, Iky  Krygsveld,  ently   circulated   the   story   that: James    Edwards,    William    Edwards,  Mr. Pattullo is to quit provincial Corinne Doneau.  politics to enter the federal arena.  The Review has no inside, or  any other kind of, information as  to Mr. Pattullo's intentions, but  having, in mind the credit generally accorded him for shrewdness  in matters political, it will not be  amiss to observe that should Mr.  Pattullo decide to transfe? his  activities to dominion affairs, it  can be taken as pretty much of  Six new cabins are being erected at the Yahk auto camp this  year.  Pentieton council is paying  common laborers 45 cents an hour  this year.  Vernon merchants report Easter  business this year the best for  several seasons.  <  i  it's Just Too Bad  It's -unfortunate when we hear of anything that proves to us  that we have misplaced our confidence; quite often it costs money  to make a wrong guess.  There is no  guesswork when you give your  PLUMBING and HEATING contracts to us.  Your Plumbing contract should bo awarded to a reliable firm to ensure  satisfaction. Cheap plumbing fixtures, poorly installed, are not only a  source of constant annoyance, but a menace to health.  i - g When building for permanency, eliminate chance by availing yourself  of the best advice, material and workmanship. Come in and let lis talk it  over.  We are also building Septic Tanks, Concrete and Steel Tanks, and  they are guaranteed to give the very best of satisfaction.  In our Tinshop we can supply you with whatever you need. Tanks  are built to order, Eavetroughing, Conductor Piping, etc. Also Soldering of  any kind of metal.  In our General Blacksmith Shop we can assure you of satisfaction on  whatever repair work you may bring there. We have mechanics in this  shop who have had a good many years of practical experience in that kind  of work. And do not forget that it 5s much cheaper to have a broken casting Oxy-Acetylene Welded than to buy a new one, and It is just as strong.  As we by now will be starting building our well-known STEEL  SPRAY TANKS we wish vou would be kind enough to give in your order  to assure prompt delivery.  Greston Blacksmith, Plumbing & Heating Go.  S. STEENSTRUP.  A. S. REED.  ,������^.^-ay a^.-^^"���������������������������_���������������_���������-.-^ 4w*^*im*-*m<*m-m--+*^~*m**  Last week's canvass for funds  a certainty that the Kh,B govern- g^L^^ *_^8>^t������  merit is due to sweep the country rinlc is estimated to cost $15,00Q|.  on its forthcoming appeal for return.  If the gait the Tolmie government is travelling the pa,st two  years is maintained there can be  no doubt as to who the people  will prefer when opportunity to  choose presents itself at mid&urn-  "How will  it be received?   If (mer, 1932, and Mr. Pattullo is just  there were no such thing as party: a little too bright to pass  up the  l 5  LYTERLIFE  ���������the Non-Liquid  for Cigarette  Lighters  politics in the world, we should  have to say that it would be .well  received everywhere in Canada.  Something like this is what Canadians have been hoping would  oorne out of Ottawa. Mr. Dunning says it ia an expression of the  spirit in which Canada will  appro?*ch the Imperial Economic  Conference, Mr, Bennett says it  i=j stolen thunder from the Con-  w������rvativt������ party. But what do  these statements really mean,  divorced from thoir respective im-  plicationH of partisanship, except  that the purtEeft may be hard put  to it to make a party quarrel of  substance of two years hence if  there is anything shadowy about  his adventure into federal activities in 1930.  The moving picture theatre at  Greenwood has re-opened.  A Rod and Gun Club has just  been organized at Kimberley.  Kaslo will have Ets usual 24th  of May celebration this year.  A   night   policeman   has   just  commenced  duty  at Pentieton.  this   inHtruinent,     We   mem   iitj    Another   restaurant   hna   just  leant to have achievud the aim of opened for buHinuHH at Ptmtidxm.  Tho non-liqutd lighter fuel can  can bo used In any typo of  pocket or tablo lighter, now or  old. Cno filling louts six times  lonnor than any liquid fuel.  Bums with ������ clear white flume,  free from annoke sui������S curboia, unci  ib tion oxploalvu.  THIR TY-FIVE CENTS  per tube  Reduced Prices  You can save upward of $100 by buying  your new Ford now. See us if you are  thinking of getting a new car this spring.  We havo some very attractive prices on the v  model now in stock. Also some real buys  in used Cars and Trucks.  Let us give you an Estimate on Wiring  your House for Electric Lights  Have your work done by the firm that can guarantee it topass  Government Inspection and save yourself a lot of inconvenience, trouble aud expense. We use all standard material, and  our workmen are careful. Work done in the shortest possible  ti .ie and at the shortest notice.  try  R E SVSI E R  GjM -_g__^. mtm ^^Mg^^ MHMUMg  r\ R A Gs !__-  PALMER   A.    MAXWELL  BERVICE ON ANYTHING. OPERATED BY GABOLINE  Thrift  e  H  V. MAWSON  consists   in   spending less than  yoxi earn.  If by careful economy you can  save money, you  have taken a  long step toward contcntmcsLt.  Wc pay interest on Savings bal*  atvcefi and shall welcome your  account* *m  m  MM  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Ecbcbtvo Fond $20,000,000  Croaton Brand*  H. JT, Vothenf Minnaor  ***4*^^%^ THE   CBESTOK   BETIEW  '7/  III iw������9lwi ���������  OLD LEGION HALL  VICTORIA AVE.  CRESTON  SUNDAY, MAY 11  11 /?sf������; ��������� Morning Worship.  7.30 p.m. ���������Subject:  " HEAVEN "  Speaker: MISS McLEAN  TUESDA Y & THURSDA Y  7.45 p.m., Evangelistic Service  FRIDAY  Young People's Meeting  EVERYBODY WELCOME!  Local and Personal  G. A. M. Young left on Friday on a  trip to Cranbrook.  Orin Hayden was  Cranbrook a couple  of the week. ���������  a motor visitor at  of days at the end  In connection with the failure of the  league   baseball   seasoa   to  open   at  Creston on Sunday 3aat no blame can  be attached to the Creston club officials.   When the league was organized  at Bonners Ferry about the middle of  April everyone understood the opener  woqld be at Creston on May 4th. with  Bonners   Fevry   opposing.    However,  when the schedule of games came to  hand early last week this document  showed the May 4th game set for Bonners Ferry.   Manager Telford got in  touch with Bonners by telephone and  had every reason to believe that the  U.S. town was agreeable to having the  initial contest played here.   However  en F.idsy ths lsarru_^ cf_ici__s r^-ed the  opening must take place at Bonners,  but in spite of this Mr. Telford  made  an auto trip to Bonners on Saturday  still hoping the original opening   arrangement could be maintaied, but as  both Creston and the Idaho town had  advertised games at home for the 4th  there was nothing to do but abide by  the league head's ruling and Creston  play away from  home  last Sunday.  The game at Bonners Ferry resulted  in a defeat for Creston by a margin  of  9 to 4, but the locals are'out to reverse  this at the big opening  game on   Sunday   afternoon   at   Exhibition   Park,  commencing at 3 o'clock.  Outside of disappointing quite a  number of fans who motored in from  Yahk. the delay has been beneficial as  the Cieston grounds are now in fine  shape for the opening contest. The  diamond and outfield have received  needed attention and the grandstand  has been shifted to a point directly behind the catcher, roofed and screened  in and will provide great accommodation for spectators.  Mother's Day. May 11th.   Say it with '  flower fromgCook's Greenhouse.  IB  IS  ������%���������ni���������x_i uci  C  hurch  Guild annual May fair at the Parish Hall  on Saturday, May 17th, commencing at  2.80 p. ta. Sale of aprons, house dresses,  home cooWng, produce; etc^and after  noon tea. Admission^freehand all welcome, 'y'^-y.:  YiYh^Y'Y-.  Due to repairs ,and. renovation work,  not being completed f_?. WYConroy was  unable to open his taildring, cleaning  and pressing and Singer sewfag machine  establishment, in the postofffice block on  Monday, May 5th, as advertised, but as  j this work is now completed "he will open  I for sure, Monday, May,l2th.  High  c������_������. _ _.._������������������  jcnoui  Easier  Exams.  Mother likes you to "Say it with flowers" on Mother's Bay, from Cook's  Greenhouse.  Up to the first of May 2S2 auto license  plates have been issued at Creston office  of the provincial police.  FOR SALE���������Horse, cow, calf, set  plough harness. John Eggsr at O. J.  Wigen ranch. Wynndel.  LOTS FOR SALE^-Severai lots, fine  location, near school, price $125 and up.  Algot Anderson, Village.  Given normal weather conditions the  1930 dandelion crop promises to be well  up to the average of other years  RHUBARB���������Finest quality strawberry rhubarb for sale at 4 cents pound,  for one week, at Creston Mercantile Co.  FOR SALE���������Team grey Eercherons,  weight 2800 lbs., and harness. No reasonable offer refused.   J. Jauncy, Wynn-  *i_i  u���������x.  Mr. and Mrs J. W. and Miss Marjorie  Hamilton were visitors with Nelson  friends a couple of days at the end of the  week.  Saskatoon trees are this >ear carrying  a very uxuriant crop of bloom, and old-  timers assert this is a sure sign of a dry  summer."  FOR SALE���������Four to six thousand  Van San Strawberry Plants at $8 per  thousand. E. Ostrensky, (Alice Siding),  Creston.  FOR SALE���������Low wheel farm wagon;  orchard disc, in and out throw, $15;  hand cultivator, $5; hand power orchard  spray pump and tank, $20. E. Ostrensky <Alice Siding), Creston.  Cook's Greenhouse will have a good  collection of pot plants and cut flowers  for Mother's Day, Sunday. May 11th.  HORSE ESTRAY  Strayed from the place of E. Cardinal  at Arrow Creek, about May (jth, one  grey mare branded 2 C monogram on left  shoulder, weighs about 1100 lbs Has  halter on Reward for information leading to recovery. E. CARDINAL, Arrow  Creek; or V. M, VASSEUR, Creston.  D. A. MacDonald is home from Win-  field, Alberta, where he has spent the  past two months on tie inspection work  with the C.P.R.  FOR SALE���������Two-year old stallion,  Clyde bred, weighs now about 1200 lbs.  Geo. M. Holt, at the Bryce Cartwright  ranch, Creston.  LAND FOR SALE���������Adjoins Reclamation Farm. Will sell in blocks of 40  acres or larger at $10 per acre. Monrad  Wigen, Creston.  FOR SALE���������White Flemish Giant  Rabbits, good stocky in healthy condition. Going cheap as I am selling all.  Carl O. Wigen, Wynndel.  SALE OFHOUSEHOLD EFFECTS���������  Radio, piano, stoves, farm tools, etc. on  Saturday.May IGth, at 2 p. m., at GEO.  DAVIE'S. Camp Lister.  For March and' April combined the  total rainfall is less than three inches,  which is about the dry est spring the  Valley has seen for some time.  2 lbs. Brookfield butter at 85 cents is  one of the special inducements for shoppers -at Creston Meat Market-on Saturday. , Look up our advt. on page 8;:^  FOR SALE���������Ton Netted Gem potat  oes, good for seed or eat, $3.50 per 100  lbs. Also some fine onions, 4 cents per  pound.   Geo. Cartwright, Erickson.  Unless excessive rains prevail it looks  safe to say that the flood stage on Goat  River is now passed. The hills are remarkably clear of snow for this time in  May. -  The Girls' Auxiliary of Christ Church  have taken the evening of Friday, May  30th, for a variety entertainment in the  Parish Hall, with an admission of 35 and  20 cents.  GRADE IX ��������� Faye Tompkins- 78,  Frank Morrow 75. Minnie Downes 72.88,  Herbert Dodd 72.55, Madge Moore 70*  Marjorie Learmonth 68, Jack Young 67,  Roland Miller 64.66, Dorothy Marshall  6_ 55, Betty Speers 64,11 f Dennis Bush  64, Elsa Willis 62, Sydney S*-ott 60,  Muriel Thurston 58, Earl Christie 54,  Arthur Nichols 53, Frances M. Lewis  52.77, Harold Beninger 52. Robert Hale  45, Frances Lewis 43, Jean Henderson 36..  GRADE X���������Lilian Trevelyan 86, Herbert Couling 80, Tom Crawfotd 77, Andrew Miller 72.1, Joan Hilton 72, Dorothea Spratt 67, Dora Nickel 64, Margaret  Blinco 6.1, Stanley Stanford 57, Ruth  Cartwright 56, Raymond Martin 50,  Fred Alderson .39, Lettie Couling 33.  GRADE XI���������Tweedo  Benedetti   73,  Aileen Spratt 71, Ada Lewis 56, Frank  Crawford 56, Claude Simpson 54, Mar-  cella Sanford 53, Lyle Kemp 50, Jean  McCreath 48, Gwendoline Webster 47,  Mary Rent?: 43, Alec Henderson 39.  RADIO and PHONOGRAPH Combination,  10-Tiibe ELECTRIC, $375.00; and $25.00  Records; Sale ':���������   ORTHOPHONIC, $190 and 25 Records _........$125.00  $115 and 25 Records   100.00  $ 95 and 25 Records ���������_���������..     80.00  ORTHOPHONIC PORTABLE, $48.00;   Sale .       40.00  ���������* "' 35.00;   Sale.... ,   30.00  Agent for CQFFIELD RAINBOW WASHING  MACHINE, Electric  110 Volt, fully equipped with latest improvements, fully guaranteed, $98.  ALL OF ABOVE SOLD ON EASY PAYMENT PLAN.  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STO  THE  REXALL  STORE  GEO. H. KELLY  _3  El-  El  ���������a  -A-A. A-_L-_l-_��������� ���������_-_���������- ���������k- J.    ���������L     ������������������   .-���������-���������A.t.    |f.-^-A|a.rJ...A.<      lA.a.a.A.J.A.A.J     ������     A     K..*l.  PRX IN OJ  "Now that   Spring is Kere.-tell us about that  moving job   you   want - done.     Nothing   too  large or too small.  UKt  ANSFER  REGIWATSON ALBERT DAVIES  TRUCKING,   DRAYING,   ICE,    COAL,    WOOD  V^.y.VV^.y^,.  ���������w*w"yw������r*  ���������f*1* '^"qMwy  ���������^*y ���������W'W'W'WWW  LAMP    FOR   SALE  80 acres near Creston, Lot ������270. price  $1500, or best offer. Apply MARSDEN,  Taghum, Nelson.  Twenty, acres of improved land, build-  ngs. and plenty of water, goes for price  of.improvments. E. NOUGUIER, Canyon, B.C.  100 acre's of land.at Arrow Creek; 10  acres fenced; 4 acres cleared and planted  to apple trees from 3 to 5 years old, land  can be irrigated from creek on place on  which license is held; price $2200. Apply  FRED LEWIS, Creston.  Greatest Eleven-Acre bargain in Koo -  enay. Overhead , irrigation. Improv-  ments and land cost owner over $12,000.  Sale price $4000. Address Geo Nickel  or Monrad Wigen, Creston B.C.  "Another Fifteeri--!_ere Bargain, with orchard of 50*_rees''from 12to 20 years  old. Two acres equipped with overhead, irrigation. Two dwellings and  other buildings. Cost the owner close to  $10,000. Sale price _$3500. Address  Geo. Nickel or Monrad wigen, Creston,  B.C.  0't'������,������'������-T,T,1l,V'yff,giy'y'r WmW'WWWWWmW"WW+-yr-Tr'-w--w-v-^-'r-^'-Vvr-'v-'-w*'  The Consolidated Mining &  Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd*  Office, Smelting and Refining Department     '?���������  TRAIL, British Columbia  Smelters and Refiners  Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores.  Producers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Pig Lead and Zinc.  TADANAC BRAND  A-A.^-^������rA--k--_L-A-1^--->-,A-A.---.-->--fc.--fc.---.-A,^._ aa   ^   a  -jJfc--Aii-ftr_-t[._fhBJfr.-_l  BB  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT  Creston Electoral District  GRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, MAY  10  OAIWCOOl������BP%������������  a  [Qimmount]  Comedy.      Paramont News  The fine weather that obtained Sunday  attracted unusually large numbers of  fishermen to local streams, particularly  Goat River. Trout fishing opened at  May 1st.  At a sitting of the county court at  Creston  on Saturday with Judge Nisbet  f    Nelson    presiding, ���������   naturalization  papers were issued to seven residents oC  Canyon City.  Creston Board of Trade meets in May  session on Tuesday night. Delegates to  the Associated Boards convention at  Cranbrook this month will be named at  this meeting.  The spring flower tea under Presbyterian    Ladies', Auxiliary   auspices   on  Saturday afternoon at Mrs. Henderson'-  was well patronized  the day'_ receipt  totalling $S5.  Judge Nisbet of Nelson waq hpre on  Snturdny Cor a sitting of tho county  court, the special business of which was  to grant naturalization papers to hnlf a  dozen local residents.  Cupid was unusually busy In tho valley during April tho registration of vital  statistics showing four marriages, three  deaths and flvo births. Throo of the  new citizens ure girls.  Miss Olive Morris, well known in  evangelistic work, and better known as  tho Welsh gospel Bingor, will ho horn frif  npedal iwvIccb at tho Full Oonpol Mte-  Bion later in tho month.  Mrs. Fleetwood him just received word  of tho marriage of hor only grandaon,  .TuwaB Fleetwood Fulton of Snn Dingo,  Calif,, who was married on April 15th to  MIhb ClaudIno It. Crane of tho riwio city.  Rovonuoa collected at CrcBton ofllco of  the provincial police for April iota  almost $2200, Of this amount $2117  wiih oollwiUnd una"or tho Motor Vohiclo  Act, PoUcu court ilnos and eostyi wero  $28.60,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I  shall, on Monday, the ISth day of May,  1930, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the  forenoon, at my office, Hillside Road,  Creston, hold a sitting of the Court of  Revision for the purpose of revising the  list of voters for the said electoral district  and of hearing and' determining any and  all objections to the retention of any  name on the said list, or to the registration as a voter of any applicant for registration ; and for the other purposes set  forth, in the Provincial Elections Act.  Dated at Creston, B.C.. this 17th day  of April, 1930.  H F. II. JACKSON,  Registrar of Voters, Creston  Electoral District.  WATER    NOTICE  DIVERSION   AND USE  TAKE NOTICE that Creston Power,  Light & Telephone Company. Limited  whose   address  is   Creston,   B.C.,   will  apply for a license to take and use Two  Hundred second   feet  of water   out of  Goat Rivor, whieh flows westerly and  drains into Kootenay River about one  and one half miles northwest of Creston,  B.C.   The water will bo diverted from  the fit rerun at a point about 500 feet up  stream from Canadian Pacific Railway  bridge nnd about 550 feet southwest of  the northeast corner of Sublet 29 of Lot  812, and will bo used for power purposes  upon tho area depcribod as in the undertaking of tho Company within a radius of  twenty-five miles; of Creaton B.C.   This  notice    was   pointed     on    tho   ground  nn   the  24 th   day  of   April,   19S10.     A  copy of this notice and an application  pursuant thereto and to tho water Act  will be filodimtho ofllco of the" Water  Recorder at Nolitum, B.C.   Objections to  the application may bo filed with tho said  Water Rocorder^ or with tho Comptroller  ������.f Water Rights, Parliament Buildlnga,  Victoria, B C., within thirty clays after  the firHt appearance of this notice in a  local nowspaporj _ ^ ���������,���������,,_.  ���������w-l��������������� -  CwRSTJhN POWER, TJGHT &  TELEPHONE COMPANY.Ltd..  v Applicant.  By CHESTIJR R. PAULSON, Agent.  Date of first publication of thin notico in  May 2nd, lp30.  Bail kill g By Mail  VOUmay safely send your deposits  ���������- to this bank by mail. Every deposit  by mail will be given careful and  prompt attention, and you will receive  an acknowledgment by return post.   395  IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA  HEAD  OFFICE TORONTO  ���������HESTOH        ������       ������        - i. S. W. CLOWES, Manager  Branches at Nelson, Invermere, Cranbrook, Fernie  a01i:!f!:!;i1i=i!!lfl  ifnra  ���������;! ;:4ll*'iVri:Hnfti  r your  Summer  A few weeks hence you may enjoy _  vacation with a thousand thrills In the  Wonderland of the Canadian Rockies,  "���������aclFlc Coast, Alaska., West Coast Vancouver Island, Eastern Canada,'or even  Overseas.  DAILY  MAY 15  TO  ' SEPT. 30  GOING   PLACES  AMD  SEEING  THINGS  PACIFIC   COAST   EASTERN CANADA  :hoice of three picturesque  routes through the'rockies  stopover at wen owned  RESOKTS  No expensive Side Trips accessary  Hotels are on the line, and In the heart  oF magnificent Scenery,  ALASKA  Visit thu Mystic Northland  on a palatial Princess Liner  From Vancouver and return  JA iQjj|0 H   D  TICKETS MAV BE ROUTED VIA THE  GREAT LAKES  on payment $10.00 additional for Berth         and Meals.  THREE TRAINS DAILY  The Deluxe Trans-Canada Limited  The Imperial v     The Dominion  WEST COAST VANCOUVER  ISLAND  A cruise historically interesting and extremely  delightful  From Victoria and return  *$lr  L-OVV   FARES    TD MAV X2 TO BEPTRMBER 80  nwtiiHi uimitoot.������rioM UIM1TEO  STATES  Hav* Hi* Canadian Paelftc Ag������nl glv* you lull particular*  d# HPN-k O __*!������>  _MV i______i_fe iM___fe-ft     fin     ���������ffl__fl___N-h-  _-_M__MM_i Hi hhBm _Si    __iNMMi  ^^S ^^^^^giQ^E Q9     ^^9       E^W^^^^^ i^^^^^^^^H ^^^%������g������^^|ji| tffM     ^SMn     ^_Hl ^^ffiWu-t-ftll-  Carry CnmnllnwjPadfo Ifxiir-M r*<tvaU*r$Ch*nu*������^.Qot" -"     ������-....  i .TTTE   T?.EVTF,W.    CtrESSTON.  a  Canadian Pacific Offer  Attractive Summer Tours  Watch for .he SMP lab*t  Kitchen Utonsib you buy.  ZIG-ZAG  Cigarette Papers  Larg������ Double Book _J_._r~_5������  !20 Leaves iT-^SSBaH"  Finest Yo������ C������n EU������y/ ^flW      "��������������������������������������������������� '  AVOID IMITATIONS IF  la your vacation anytime between  May 15th and September 30th? If so,  why not tako one of two very interesting   tours���������at   reduced   rates ���������  miiMMttiEw55^, muSBSmBSBB      offered by    the   Canadian    Pacific?  ^B^^^^^IMIPMSyj^ffir        Consider first the Eastern Tour aad  ./^S_-S-S^-l-_^^--BB SStM      ' what It haa to offer. It will enable  -   nmmmsr. ^Q *Yj._igt to v������ait Ontario��������� with  it'a famous lake resorts, Old French  Canada���������-with it's picturesque "habitants," and the Maritime Provinces  ���������with the interesting flaherfolk and  | their equally-interesting- craft. The  tourist may travel to these places entirely by rail, or may choose to travel some of the way over the cool!  ���������ys&ers 0p thfl Great Lakes on. a great  white Canadian Pacific Great Lakes  Steamship.  Various Ontario resorts at the  lakeside provide fishing and bathing  and. in fact, all summer sports.  -Niagara Falls, the beauty of which  S__   .     _ _ _ attracts so   many   people   from   all  tf*������ <$**���������������_������*+*- T>-.-n>_������f������5        parts of the world, Is only one of the  ^dTeise Jr*C_peE-&      j ������5arLy other BaHent features of this  1Larg������ Double Book ^jlBfVM   ! tour. One may, on this eastern excur-  !20 Uavw -__?������ SbSt    1 sion, visit Old French Canada. There  -Lvom^MiTlTil^i ^       OP I Uhe traveller will see the many pic-  AVOIP IMITATIONS   y      <msmW J i turesque   catholic   shrines   that   are  scattered along: the shady Quebec  country roads ��������� the "habitants"  rolling- past on their quaint wagons drawn by oKen. In Montreal  the visitor will be awed by contrasts.  There, drawn up at the dock, 1$ the  latest ocean liner���������a product of the   . new world, whilst���������almost under its  ~~    "     " 1 very shadow is the Bonsecours Mar-  There sr_ 27 aeraohmes in use "by I v_et. where the    French  SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON  MAY 11  JESUS ACCi-AIMED ASKING  Quloktvtoath-s  l?rlt*tfcir ft  -������._?_? away  Slotoho,  BMMna,������te.  *0c ������tl D������_������r������.  Golden Text: "Hosanna to the Son  of David; Blessed is He that cometh  ��������� ia the .name of the Lord; Hosanna  In the highest."���������-Matthew 21.9, /;  Lesson: Matthew 20.29 to "21,46.  Devotional Reading: Hebrewa l.S-  12." ���������;��������������������������� ������������������:-,'   ������������������'���������'..':"'���������.���������.������������������:��������� ���������' ��������� -.'-,:' ���������  Hew York University  Given Valuable Paper*  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Early English Legal Documents Date  BaclC 70U Year*  A collection of more than _0(S  Early English legal documents, some  of them dating back 700 years, has  been presented to New York University by Judge Moses H. Grossman  in the name of Frederick Brown,  real estate operator and philanthropist.  Among the collection is a 12-foot  Explanations and Comments  Preparations For the Triumphal  Entry, 214-6.���������When Jesus and the  crowd with Him approached Beth-  phage, on the Mount of Olives, not  far from Jerusalem, he sent two  disciples on ahead to make .preparations for entering the city, bidding  them, find in the village an ass tied,  and a colt with her, which they were  to loose ana bring to Him. I& the  owner objected they were merely to  say "The Lord hath need of them,"  and he would send them. The horse  was the symbol of war; the ass the  fitting symbol of the Prince of Peace,  The Triumphal Entry, 21.7-11.���������The  disciples followed instructions and  brought the ass. They put their loose  Children s Croupy Co! ds  Qi.id.l3r Relieved  Take a saucepan or pitcher of  water; place it on a spirit stove or  lamp. Add half a teaspoonful of  Catarrh ozone to a pint of water  which is brought to a boil. Let the  steam from the kettle fill the noorn  so that medicated air is breathed.in.  by the child. The distressing;;,co;ugh  ls relieved. "The inflammation is reduced. Good results are quickly noticeable from using CJatarrhojcone !n  this manner. Even for small infants  this treatment is ideal. Every good  druggist sells Catarrhonon������ in 50c.  bottles.'  his hands tied behind him,  jumped  outer robes upon it for Jesus to sit   from a plane at 2,000 feet.   Heland-  upon, and'the multitude with them  spread their garments In the way or  cut branches   from1 the    trees   and  ���������habitants"  s������&n their farm-produce just as. do  their relations in the old land. Then  again���������the excursionist may  resolve  to pass on as far as the Maritime������������������  as far as St. Andrews where golfers  and artists meet. In proportion to  its size, there are more magnificent  homes and more prominent visitors in  St. Andrews than any other town in  Canada.  There is Dig-by, Nova Scotia���������the  fishing centre: Farrsboro���������the Postern Gate of Nova Scotia; Yarmouth  and Weymouth���������two more shipping  centres and Old Orchard. Maine ���������  a famous bathing resort.  PACIFIC COAST  i     Another  fascinating  excursion    is  i tbat to  the Pacific Coast.    This al-  of package freight for Western Can- [ !oWa of opportunities for the excur-  ada points. , sionist to  see  the majestic scenery  To, t*e e.rn months ending,������������ i ������J������������������ *������*& %S?&E%  ruary 28. 1930, a    total   of   4���������6,9S_   ea^jy a roimd of g-olf CveT the fam-  radio licenses had    been    issued    in! cms  course  at  Banff  Springs, or  to  Canada.       Ontario with 201,941  re- [ stay a week or so the the Emerald  cetving sets leads Canada. Saskatch- f ^afee. Chalet���������enjoying     the   yfresh  7      ~t o/-^.    a-iu   *     r>n m������ ~���������^ r mountain air and the scenery that is  ewan has 31.266; Alberta, 20,574 and , offere<L Qne of the clLief features of  Eritish Columbia 34,426-. [ this tour in the nature of a side-trip,  -four hour motor detour  the Canadian Government at present.  Canada has spent S63.SSS in sending delegations  to the  International  Labor   convention   at   Geneva,   since  1925.  i  Earl Brydges, champion dog team.;  driver of the world,  is  to become  a :  resident of Ontario and -Quebec. He is ;  taking   with   him   the   team   which \  sped to the world's title at The Pas j  dog derby this winter. j  Navigation on the Great Lakes offi- j  cially opened April 2S, with the ar- j  rival of the   "Hamonic,"   and  "Nor- j  onic," at Port Arthur, with 3,000 tons  parchment    '���������pipe-roil,"   made   of   a  series of  skins  sewed  together  and j spread them down for- Jesus to travel  t~i    ti    ���������>     _ i ������. r ���������. -u-       x*.   over,    "Some nave ridiculed the idea  originally kept in a metal tube.      It . of Bpreadlng branchcs on the road as  records that a sheriff, Richard Pyle | offering incredible obstructions and  of Southampton County, collected t dangers^ and yet the orthodox cus-  Crown  revenues in 1638  "from  the jtom in Russia, in a funeral- pracea-  T������������������._ _  -*���������^������._~* ^��������� *_~~, -K04r,������. ^������  ' sion,   is  to   spread   the   route  with  Jews for protection from being de- {i branches df fir^.__w.A, Griat.       Be-  fi-auded from the knights," and cause of John 12.13, it has been gen-  "ftiom the knights for license to de- | erally supposed that the branches  fraud the J*������ws." were pain, branches, although -John  .   Parachute Opens Itself       :  Was Pronounced Success In Test At  Curtiss Irieid Beceniiy  An automatic parachute which  opens of its own aiccord. after a  jump, was demonstrated successfulljr  at Curtiss iFIeld by John Hunger, a  professional    parachutist.       Plunger,  The vaults of the Bank of France \is. a  LiVcli uy  now hold more than one-sixtVoTth; ! ~^������^J&*^^^������l^  gold reserves of the world,  stands second in this respect only  to the United States. Her present reserves exceed those of Germany, Italy and Britain combined.  s famous  France   through  Praises This Asthma Remedy. A  grateful user of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy finds it the only  remedy that will give relief, though  for thirteen years he had sought  other help. Years of needless suffering may be prevented by using this  wonderful remedy at the first warning of trouble Its use is simple. Its  cost is slight, and it can be purchased almost anywhere.  NERVES  WERE   BAD  Could Not Sloop  Tired   All    Day  Long  Miss Florence Coutier, Bark Lake,  Ont., writes:���������"I was troubled with  my nerves, could not sleep at night,  and felt tired all day long.  "A neighbor came in to see me, one  morning, and advised me to take  only mentions the fact that the people came out from Jerusalem to meet  Jesus bearing branches of palm. We  know from Revelation 7.9 that palms  were carried as symbols of victory  and rejoicing.  John tells xis that many people,  excited by the news of the raising of  Lazarus (which he records), hurried  from Jerusalem to meet and do honor to Jesus, while following with  Jesus was this other multitude of  Galileans on their way to Jerusalem to keep the Passover. Both |  crowds united in crying, "Hosanna to  the Son of David."  lM?-#)t  ed safely in a tree.  So pleased was Runger with the  "chute that he said he would jump  from 20,000 feet with one. It was  invented by John Ruby.  DOYOU        "  suffermm  g_iM���������fil������atlMlI9>  Dairy Production Higher  According to L. A. Gibson, provincial dairy commissioner, the winter  dairy production in the province of  Manitoba for the" first two months of  1930 has been the highest in the history of the province, an Increase for  January of 0.9 per cent, and February 6.4 per cent, over 1929,  Countless remedies are advertised  lor constipation. Many relieve for  the moment but they are habit forming and must be conlinu-d. Others  contain calomel and dimgecous mineral drugs, which remain in the sys*  tern, settle sn the Joints and cause  aches and pains. Some are harsh  purgatives which cramp and gripe  and leave a depressed after effect.  Avoid lubricating oils which only  grease the intestines and encourage  nature's machinery to become lazy,  A purely vegetable laxative such,  as Carter's Little Liver ^Pills, gently  touches the liver��������� bale starts- to flow,  the bowels move gently, the intestines  are thoroughly cleansed and constipation poisons pass away. The stomach,  liver and bowels are now active and  the system enjoys a real tonic effect.  All druggists 25c assd 75c red pkgs.  One of the attractions at Cannes,  France, is a. woman who lives on  ground glass in a .glass cage.  and  Important Letters Now  In  Dominion Archives  Canada Has Most Of Letters Signed  By Sir John A, MacDonald  Tho flrst public document signed  by Sir John A. MacDonald haa been  added to the voluminous collection o������  his papers {gathered together lay Dr,  A. G, Doughty, curator of the Dominion archives, It is an , affidavit  signed by Sir John on October ft,  133., upon Vila appointment no a poll  clerk in tho Uppov Canada elecUom  In Prince Edward county. "Be wna  19 years old at the time.  With tho receipt of this-letter, tho  Dominion archives now housea most  of the important letters written, by  the first ijf.'omlor of Canada. Among  the papers is the first draft of the  British North A:mqrlon Act, in $ii  .1 aim's handwriting,  Banff-Lake    Louise   region  the Kicking Horse PasB to  the Yoho Valley,   perhaps the   most  glorious and varied motor trip that  has ever been offered on this continent. Then on by train through picturesque British   Columbia with   its  multitudinous industries to Vancouver.    After Vancouver���������Victoria, the  i capital of the province, renowned for  its"  scenic   resemblance   to   the   Old  Country.   At  this   city,   the  famous  Colwood  Golf Course,  the Dominion  Astronomical Observatory���������with the  second largest telescope in the world, j  and  Butcharts   sunken   garden,   are  the chief attractions,    At   Victoria,  1 two famous excursions are offered ���������  I a  ten  day cruise  to  Alaska  and  a  seven dav cruise of the West Coast  1 of Vancouver Island. To those whoso  vacation period is short, the famous  Canadian      Pacific      "Trans-Canada  Limited"    will   prove   valuable   for  speedy travel.      It Ss equipped with  do luxe all-steel sleeping cars, solarium loungo, women's lounge and bath,  men's bath,    smoking room,    buffet  with     soda     fountain,    observation  lounge and a valet service.       It Is  finer and  fastor than ever, and the  equipment of  each  train entails  an  Investment of ovor a million dollars.  "The first box did    me   good  after the sixth box I was able to go ] weal the Sunain with Minard's.  back to my work."  Price, 50c. a box at all druggists  and dealers, or mailed direct on. receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co.,  Limited, Toronto, Ont.  To carry away static electricity  from oil trucks, iron chains "^ that  dangle to the ground are fastened to  the frames.  Germany's New Bdea  A novel experiment in prison life  in which "high grade" prisoners will  be given two weeks' vacation a year,  permitted to accept work from outside employers and given a share in  the management of the prison, is  about to be tried out in Germany.  It Testifies For Itself.���������Dr. Thomas' __c!ectrie Oil needs no testimonial  of its powers other than itself. Whoever tries it for coughs or" colds, for  cuts or contusions, for sprains or  burns, for pains in the limbs or body,  well know that the medicine proves  itself and needs no guarantee. This  shows why this Oil in In general use.  The world produced 1,323 million  barrels of crude oil In 1923.  ^IIHllllltllHIIUIilUllllflMlllllUimitllllH^  '.Make  Your  Windows   Pay |  | Invest in WINDOLITE Windows and you will be repaid a  hundredfold in the health of your Poultry and Live Stock  Pfvr������tnn Balm tones and stimulates  the skin. Fragrant as a flower, Cool  at! morning dew. Safeguards nnd  beautifies the most rtcllcatoly-textured  skin, Creates complexions' o������ exquisite charm. Adda a subtlo finish to the  daintiest woman. Invaluable Cor soft-  onliift' tho hands and making thorn  flawlessly white, Cool and re:!".ashing.  Daintily fragrant. Delightful to use.  Chorion unhesitatingly by all women  who care for fc-Mlulnc distinction.  Caitaun Lnrge  Ejtporter  Of Gypsum Products  THE   ORIGINAL   GLASS   SUBSTITUTE  MADE     IN     ENGLAND     SINCE   101.     ON     ORIGINAL     PATENTS  Thia unbreakable glass substitute is  light and flexible, easy to cut and fit,  will withstand extreme changes in temperature,   keeps   out   cold   and   wet,   but  Physicians havo stated that <������  fOiiKh or a cok'l that lasts mok'o than  throe weokH meritn a general physical vxanilnatioH.  *$3  TNAMS  n.   n.   ..ami  ���������lll.i-l,l|l,i,ll.liilli,illilly,iIW  Huh Developed.   Tratlo  Willi  Thirty-   j_j  Five Otlwv Katlonn  A Finropoart trade conferecteo daal-  Ittfi- solely with Canadian gypsum  products Is scheduled to open in l'-on-  dun, on April 80th, says Tt. ID. Halro,  hohd of Oypfunw, Umo nncl Alabati-  tlnii, Canada, TJmittx.1, who points ont  Hint, "in throo yearn' timo tn do in  Canadian-made Kypnum products linn  dovolopttd with 35 other nationw and  hnv mui-raw-d ho rapidly ttiat tho  company ban now become tho lar#CKi.  exportoi' of the niutottala In tht>  world."  ] Clamperm tiy_'ry Mlnuru'i*.  - OUT DOWN  YOUK LOSS19S  11V mSTAlXlNG  WINDC^ITE  allows the ������ull sunlight to enter, Including the health-giving; Ultra-Violet  Rays, which do not penetrate ordinary  glass.  V3K     ���������  WINDOLITE  IN  liitooDisn  * houses  laying pens  ������>Aiirr ������aiin������  BUNROOMB  KTO.  S  s  Canadian breeders of poultry and livest oclc arc finding Windolite a most satisfactory  and profitable investment. Young chickens and turkeys are entirely free from leg wealo  ness and ftisesiae and will thrive In confinement under Windolite. Windolite corned in rolls  any leng,t!h, but 3G inches wide only.  CHANTLER & CO., LTD.  TORONTO, ONT.  Distributors: JOHN  51 Wellington St. W.  11liuiitiiiiitiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiM ��������������� *m>  THE   BW^ B.   &  7  WR1GLEYS  WNiaLET'ar ia gooci company  bo'any'trip*' .���������  1    It* B deKciou-flavor addfie������*  smdcjijoynaesit. Xhe sugar sas������-  '���������'^lle������:^p'i^d. eaeegy-when'die  ' s������_.y seems lossg. '  ���������-.���������.'���������'��������� Y-In short te*_ good -  and good for yott.  aha never did do such a thing), -why  he'd just laugb/about it. He's good-  natured, and not too fussy about  what he eats. I've no doubt he'd  make her a more suitable, husband  than -J!i__my''i3e_aictt;';w_uia.';'r ���������'*,'' ;,;Y  He's more her'sort.!.'-'. ���������- Y andiyet-A  Gbod land alive!" she broke off suddenly, Y Tiera comes ��������� Lizzie Baker ���������'on  the run! I 'wonder' !s' the Town 'EfaH  burning. I haven't seen her run for  fifteen years!"  ��������� . Needless;. ��������� pains like headaches  are quickly relieved by Aspirin  tablets as millions of people .know.  And no. .matter how suddenly a  headache may; come iipon yon,  you can always be prepared; Carry  the- pocket -tin o������ Aspirin tablets  with you. Keep the larger size at  home.-Read the proven directions  ������������������-. ftn!������ ���������"��������� IZatifiii'ltAG    r������������nst*_lor������"S.   <*f"C=  Matte Long Journey  ..i .__.������������������ -_.  glllltllilllllllllitllEllllllIlllllllllllllSIIIl^  KliSJoO-ti! b  -BY --  CHRISTINE   WHITING  PARMENTER  _���������_ CoTivriB-ilt lfi2ft ':  jgi *~~  '" ==  gls������ii������g3.niiiB9?ieiiii?iiiiiiMmgiiiiiEiiSifg_i  CHAPTER X.���������Continued.  Long after the dust raised by Jim's  car had vanished,, the old lady, still  Watched the road at the point where  he and    Charmian   had    turned    to  wave.  "Well," she sighed, "I kind of wish  I knew how it'll all end. I can't  help being fond of Jimmy. He's a  good boy, and he'll make some woman a splendid husband���������that is, if  she's not top- fantastical In her way  of thinking. Sometimes I believe that  all there is tha matter with him is  just being tied too close to Wickfield,  There he was, all ready to go to  Harvard along with Bijly Kriowles,  and that fool of a Sarah Bennett  took on so about hla^leaving her that  he gave it up and went into the bank  Instead. What Jim needs Is a fresh  outlook, but dear knows when he'll  get it unless his mother should be  removed by a merciful Providence,  and she's uncommon healthy."  At this point Grandma's thoughts  were Interrupted by Lizzie Baker's  Persian cat; which, being vigorously  chased by the Merrys' Gyppy, took  refuge in a horse chestnut - tree  across the way.  "No need of you standing there  glaring at her, Gyppy," admonished  Grandma. "The good Lord knew  what he was about when he gave  pussy her claws. That's it, you dig up  a bono and go along home peacable,  there's a good dog.. I expect that  cat'll die of .heart;failure some day."  Grandma nodded ��������� for a moment,  and when her eyes opened her  thoughts had returned to Charmlan,  Jim Bennett, and their problems.  "If Jimmy could only get so'a he'd  see things the way she does���������poetry,  and sunrises, and small-paned win-  . dows In old houses," sho mused, "it  would bo all right. - ��������� . . Now that  young doctor, he understands without  explaining. . . r , If Charmian let  the biscuits burn while she watched  a sunset (though come to think of it  !'  FROm "tOTfSER  OF E1GHTEEM  Head How This Medicine  Helps Her  ,  Cardnton, Alberta���������"I am fifty-alglifc  years old and tho mother of olRhteen  living c.li lid wi,W<>  live on a Savin and  I ntn a very healthy mother con-  | tildei:i������K that- I  hnvn much a ma  family to work  ifor. The dniKKtst  first told mo about  Lydiu 10. WnU-  baro'ii Vogetablo  Compound -and I  liiBHHS^BHMBIiHI Have depended on.  IFTmrTI^gJaiiBWHI it for many years,���������  When X hiwl thia plutiiro tiikon, tha  photographer was telHnit mo about ma  wlfcta allmeata suwfl after I told him  about tho Vegetable Compound ho  went to tho drug Btoro and bought Iier  two boltl������n."~-������M������M. 'UwimiA Mauimh*  hack, Sn., Cardaton, Albortn*  2*>M_*__W  CHAPTER XI.  What's happened?" asked Grandma, as her old friend puffed into the  room and'sank down, breathless''on  the nearest chair. "You shouldn't run  at your age, Lizzie, heavy eb you are.  Slave you had bad news?"  Miss' Lizzie rocked violently for a  moment, while she wiped her streaming face with, a corner of her apron.  eT don't seem to have a handkerchief,", she gasped. "Maybe I dropped it on the way."  "This seems to be your day for  dropping things," smiled Grandma.  "I saw your petticoat come off less'n  an hour ago."  "I hope to goodness no one else  saw it," replied Misa Lizzie. "Since  I got so fleshy my petticoats all need  new bands, and I ain't had time to  fix 'em. I had a piece o* string run  through that buttonhole, and it went  and busted on me. I was thankful  I hadn't got as far as the meat market where I was .goin', or 'twould  have been all over town by now.  Well, Grandma,' I've got some news  ���������more news than. Wickfield's seen  since Noah boarded the Ark: Edgar  Purdie Is suing Luella Moore, over  to South Wickfield, for breach o*  promise! He's got evidence that he  give ner a costly present and she  won't return it after refusin' to be  his wife! Now What do you think o'  that?".  *T think Luella's got more sense  than I gave her credit for," responded Grandma. "A woman that's smart  enough to get any : sort of present  out of Edgar Purdie, deserves to  keep it. Did you hear what 'twas he  gave her, Lizzie?"  Grandma was so absorbed that she  didn't notice a near-dog-flght across  the street;  y ���������       - -  '.'It was beads,", replied Miss Lizzie  promptly.- - "A long string o' fancy  yellow beads that cost the deacon a  week's  pay or . more.     Oriental,  he  called 'em; though Sarah Bennett,  'who see 'em with her own eyes5 says  they don't look one mite better than  what you can get at the fLve-and-ten  cent store up in Portland. Seems the  deacon carried 'em with him when he  asked her; and like a fool he give  'em to her first. Guess he thought  they'd sort of pave the way for intentions; and accordin' to him she  seemed real pleased���������said, yellow  was her favorite color, and let,him  fasten 'em around her neck himself,  so���������What you laughing at, "Grandma?" broke off Miss Lizzie, as the  old lady /suddenly gave way tb mirth.  "I was only thinking how silly Edgar Purdie must have looked when  he fastened those beads around  Luella's neck. Go on, Lizzie. Did he  ask her then?"  "L presume he did, it beln' what  you might call the proper moment;  but accordin' to him she sort of put  him off. And hero's where the trouble  commenees-rrtrouble, for . Luella, I  meant She let him kiss ��������� tier! Of course  he went off thinkin" it was good as  settled; but when he drove clear to  South Wickflold next evenin' for a  little love makin' after the children  was in bed, she'd changed her mlndf  They "had \vorda, and ho asked for the  beads back and she wouldn't give 'em  up���������said ho'd made hor a present of  'em, and so fur's she know there  wasn't no string tied to it. Ho oomo  away mnddor'n a wot hen, and vow-  in' to got the law on hor. And next  momfn' hcv put 'tho case in Lawyer  Garfield's hands. He's sum' for two  thousand dollars and possession of  tho boaritj. Thoy say Gam' Garfield  tried to calm him down, and means  .to settle it out o" court if Luella'a  reasonable Now did you over hoar  tho beat o' that?  "No," replied Grandma nbborlv,' "I  never did. But what'it WSd Purdie,do  with those beads if he gets 'em back,  I'd like .to..Kale?-He cjan't wear 'em  himself, Lizzie, and thoy woulcln't be  any special use In a missionary barrel, , which , ov ory one in Wickfield  known;1 is the only'charity ho over  gives to, and that only bnaause he  cjiit gut rlcl of Jtls wornout clothes  and credit for being oharltablo at the  aam'o tlxne."/ y.,.-, t:   :':,' ,  "X dun no but   what   a   string   o*  Tern JSantled In Labrador Was Seen  Sn Southern Africa  V:  Y A common tern, member    of; tlie ] New,ironized  gul! family^ was banded in northern  Labrador by Oliver H. Austin, Jr.,  an July, 1928. " Fourteen months  later it was seen and examined at  the'southern tip of Africa on tho  Indian Ocean, 9,000/ miles away,  which is tadught to set a record.  The tern, or sea swallow, is usually  smaller  than ; the  gull  is niore slender,    'its    feet  strong  j it SKinny,r Beware, says  Doctor. Gain Quick  Yeast   Adds   5   to   15  Founds In S Weeks. New Health,  Strong Norves���������Or No Cost  "Skinny .folks  subject    to    many  grave disease s,"   r says    an    eminent  physiciabi  Wheaa sick they lack  reserve strength and many die.  V Don't;run  risk b������  dangerous  disease  from 'skinniness. New Ironized  Vooaf sdds 5!.'to .IS lbs- In S week-iv.  Elhds nervousness',^ constipation, indi-  Its  bill 1 gestion Over niight. Clears skin like  not    so I magic. New pep first day.  '     ~~ '     " Weight-  and Its Sight more graceful I ^/ISa V^ft. MdTtrengthen  and dashing,   . The common tern  1 Lng Iron. Far stronger than azuaedi-  pure wMte with a cap and mantle j cated yeast. Results in'half time.  and is sometimes"������ i Get new health and weight quickly. Get pleasant tablets of Ironized  Yeast from    druggist    today.    Feel  beads would be more use to the  heathen than that old silk hat the  deacon found up attic and donated,  last time we packed a barrel," answered Miss Lizzie, "It took up a  powerful lot o'-room, though I put a  cracked butter dish inside it, and  some woolen stockings. Savages are  partial to beads, so I've always heard,  so like as not the heathen are, too;  and the- beads would cover a little of*  their nakedness, which a hat  wouldn't."  Grandma's lips twitched with  amusement as ;_he replied: "Somehow, Lizzie, I don't think Ed Purdie  is counting _on giving those beads to  the heathen. Luella Moore isn't the  only pebble on the beach, as they  used, to say, and if she won't have  him, he's likely, to look further. Maybe he'll ask you."  .    "Me-!" 7   .  In her indignation Miss Lizzie tried  to rise,  but as she  was what they  of bluish gray  hunted for its feathers. The all-  white species live on Pacific islands;  those with darker coats are widespread.       '      ".".���������;��������� '���������..-���������''���������-,Y ��������� ���������*.  KEEPING BABY  LOVELY AND WELL  great tomorrow.    If   not    delighted,  mamafacturer refunds your money.  Little Helps For This Week  They that seek the Lord shall not  want any good thing."���������Psalm xxxiv.  10.  Father I replenish, with Thy grace  This longing heart of mine;  Make fit- Thy quiet dwelling-place,  Thy-sacred, Inmost shrine!  Forgive that oft my spirit wears  Her time and strength in trivial cares;  ___u.u-u ucfm  lu> i-uangcziesSS pence,  i Some babies thrive from the [hour  of their birth while others make so  little progress as to be the cause of  much anxiety. As a rule it is the digestion that is at fault with these  backward ones and they start to go  ahead directly Baby's Own Tablets  are   made   the   corrective   of   their  stomach and bowel troubles.   Baby's: Own Tablets are specially = so she from alt but Thee shall cease!  designed  for the  use of babies and |  Angelius Silesius.  little children.     They are absolutely j  call "fleshy" in Wickfield, and the  chair-was a small rocker with arms,  which showed a tendency to rise with  her, she sank back helplessly and  said: "I'm ashamed of you, Grandma  Davies!    Why,.! wouldn't   take   Eld  safe and the mother can feel perfect- ;  ly secure in giving them to even the  most delicate child. They are a mild  but thorough iasa-tavs which banish  constipation and- indigestion; break  up colds and simple fevers and allay  the pains which accompany the cutting of teeth. They are sold by medi-  cinevdealers or by mail at 25 cents .a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockvilte, Ont.  Interested In Grain Show  T_e commissioner of agriculture of  the state of   Montana   writes   that  there is much interest in the World's  Grain Show in that state. The offl-  Purdie, not if he was covered entirely   cla3s are encouraging growers to en-  with beads like the bag that city woman-carried to the strawberry festival!" /'��������� Y/feY.' ���������  "Th.eret there/!?' soothed the old  lady. "I didn't^mean to get you all  stirred up. If ;h.6'.did ask you, Lizaie,  it would ������be^-.fij;^;Mj[y sensible thing  he's- done.' -ind^^^aai^-'.his'-first," ;;r-;  "Weii,s sighed the caller, relenting  enough to smile at this tribute, "I  dunno but what you're right,- though  s& fur's I know, no iutan has. ever  agreed with you. P'raps it's just as  well, I've always thought a proposal  would be a terrible embarassing  thing to live through.'  Grandma's eyes twinkled..  "So it might be, Lizzie, under certaincircumstances," . she admitted.  "You got to go this quick?" as JMlss  Lizzie made another effort to leave  the chair. "If Charmian was only  home I'd ask you to stay to dinner;  but I guess we won't have much but  ��������� b. pick-up. She's gone'o\rer to South.  Wickfield with Jim Bennett to col-!  iect a mortgage or something.''  "I seen 'em start." With a firm  wrench Miss Lizzie extricated herself,  and arose. "I'm glad that Jim has  come to his senses and dropped that  Darling girl. He ain't taken her out  but once since tho strawberry festival,  ahd then his mother invited her to  supper and he had to beau her home.  !And she leaves town the last o^tho  week. I declare, Grandma, it'll be a  load off my mind, havin' her ' go.  That green hat is a blot on the land-  scape, and when I see that young  doctor of yours walkln' home with it  after mail time last night, I cleoided  'twas time to do something about it,  or my namo's not Lizzie Ann Baker."  "Did ho walk clear to the house  with hor?" questioned Grandma eagerly.  "That he did! And lallygagged  around the gabo for fifteen minutes.  Mrs. Merry says aho'e a vampire,  whatever that is~-nothin' ro spec table,  I'll bo bound. I meant to look It up in  the dictionary, but I clean forgot.  X>oar ane suzS I wish I3d Purdie would  ,ask her!"  "My etaral'* breathed Qva'ndmn,  awed before this Inspiration. "I  wonder ho hasn't thought of It'ldm-  aolf, Lizzie. There's no fool like nn  old fool; and those yellow .beads  would have boon real becoming/ to  that Darling girl, Thanks for bring*-  I rig mo tho news, my dear? but don't  you. run so fast again or it's likely to  bo a matter of life and deaf,h ��������� to  you,"  (To Be Continued.)  ter the contest most whole-heartedly  and to begin the preparation of exhibits this season.^  God ia Alpha and Omega in the  great world; endeavour to make Him  so in thy little world. Make Him thy  evening epilogue and thy morning  prologue; practise to make Him thy  last thought at night when thou  sleepest, and thy first thought in tho  morning when thou awakest; bo shall;  thy fancy be sactifled in the night,  and thy understanding rectified in  xhe day. So shall thy Test be peaceful, thy labors prosperous,, and thy  death glorious.���������Quarles.  Mlnard's Checks Falling Hair.  A Calgary aviator flew Ms 'plane  both ways over, the highest peaks of  ������������������the Rockies. The ������������������������������������inora-Y these  thingsYhappen the more veneration  we have for. the men wrho went  through and over the Rockies with  dog-teaia, and pack-sack.  Worms cause fretfulness and rob  the infant of sleep, the great nour-  isher. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will clear, the stomach and  intestines and restore health, ulness.  Mauna Loa, in Hawaii, is the  largest active volcano and mountain-  mass in the world.  Uss afiirsard's lor Burns.  The Spaniards    were    among  I early   explorers - of . the    coast  I South _ris Alaska.  tha  oS  3  I'  Gyproc Gives  PERMANENT  PROTECTION  MADE from Gjrpsiim   rock, Gyptoc Wall-  board does not bum. And  this yenx h has ia new  smooth Ivory finish that  -leeds no deco.atioa  (when panelled) although you can tint>  paper or plaster it il you  wish.  Structurally strong, inexpensive, easily and  quickly put up, Gyproc  Wallboard gives permanent fire protection to  the walls, ceilings and  partitions of your home.  Your dealer's name is  listed! below. Ask him for  complete details of this  pioneer Canadian nre-  safe Gypsum board or  write for free interesting  book, "Building and Me-  modelling with Gyproc/'  GYPSUM, LIME AND  A^ABASTINH, CANADA,  ., . LIMITJED  WJnnlpeg ��������� ManlioW     .  %enm m&m  *s_;^e_w  W.   N.   U.   1889  l^w.V,������4*^ftt.M",^J^.J..l')l!^^vl->*.^H^^^  nufi THJK   UKJtiSTUIM   KKVlJfiW  y������yn^������ yiy������^w^yiyiy i yn^wy^ymyp^ ������y ��������� y-iy u^ .y-y^y^w���������^!p������--y^i.w i ������������������ _mw "yy������������'W'f ' V"1-^ ' ���������**  -_l   P.  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These are of the Maatadon variety,  which are grown with great succe&s on  the Garfield place.  Weather statistics for April show the  6th and 23rd to have been the balmiest  o- the month with the mercury getting  up to 73 in the shade. The chilliest spell  was on the 10th, when the mercury registered 28 above zero. The rainfall for  the montn was just under \\\ inches.  Dr. Roy LilUe of Blairmore, Alberts.  Ijj was a business visitor here on Thursday  \: last, looking after business affairs of his  father, Br. O. Lillie. He reports his  father still having indifferent health and  that hia mother is also none too well,  and their return to Creston is very  doubtful.  ���������������.,_,.*>._.,  -^--a--_--_-^-._.������.. ^ _������__ w. ������������������������������-_..  --^    ���������*��������� -j*.- -..A^.j^--^ ^--  ���������-    ^t ^nw  ~-^--:=i"iBBw-'������.'--������������������������������������ :>*!Bi*-:.;-. :��������� ^*������������3is*s i  Win a Congolem  eg F!  i  GUESS   THE NUMBER  ssnder the Gold Seal of the ���������  Rug displayed in VPindow  Your opportunity to win a guaranteed, easy-to-clean Congoleum Gold Seal Rug absolutely FREE will cease Saturday,  May IGtk. We are displaying the prize Congoleum Gold Seal  Rug in the window and simply enter your guess of the number  hidden under the Gold Seal on the rug .... no conditions or  complicated rules ... no purchases necessary . . everything  is absolutely free and everyone stands the same chance.  Do not miss this opportunity to know the charming  beauty and all the advantages of these long wearing modern  rugs absolutely free . . - and at the same time see for yourself  just how many unusualiy beautiful pattern effects can be  obtained for surprisingly few dollars.  NOTE���������There is a bonus offer of the full price of a 9 x 9  ft. Congoleum Rug to the purchaser of a genuine Congoleum  Gold Seal Rug during this contest, in event of the purchaser  proving the wi ner . , . . it is your chance to win a rug absolutely FREE. In no case will the rebate be in excess of the  nationally advertised price.  CONTEST CLOSES MAY 10th  Get Your Entry in Today  4__7o    n_������     4-J? JL   _L_i 1���������i _K^ _C^  DryGoods,Grocer������es.    PHONE 3    Furniture,Hardware  zvmmi^imimmBmmmz  Jas. Norgrove, the well known Cranbrook paints, and -decorator, has Issen  here a few days this week and, during- his  stay has decked Creston Meat Market  building out in a new coat of paint, and  has changed the Kootenay garage building over to the colors of the Imperial O 1  Company.  Dick Chandler, who is handling the  sales department of the Kootenay gai age,  reports disposing of half a dozen Chevro-  lets since joining the garage staff. The  buyers were A. E. Towson and E. Hulme  of Wynndel; Bert Young, Erickson, and  Rev. R. E. Cribb, John R. Miller and A.  Wickstrom.  During April 121 auto license plates  were issued from the Creston office of  the provincial police, which included  seven new cars and four new trucks.  17 drivers' licenses were issued, 7 chauffeurs' licenses. 7 transfers, 1 salesman's  license, and one permit to minor to operate motor vehicle.  Mrs. TT. H. Taylor and Mrs. M. J.  Boyd are Cranbrook visitors this  week where they are attending the  annual conference of the "W.M.S. of  Kootenay presbytery. Mrs. Taylor is  the , provincial delegate, and Mrs.  Boyd represents the W.M.S. of St.  Stephen's Church. -���������  At the inaugural meeting of the directors of Creston Co-Operative Truit Exchange on Monday night Jas. Compton  was named president; John Hall is vice-  president: and J. W. Hamilton re-elected  secretary-treasurer. For 1930 Creston  will have no director on the Associated  Growers of British Columbia, With  Creston operating on its own pool it was  thought unnecessary to bave representa-  i tion,  Orchardists should not miss the  growers meeting on Friday night next in  Trinity TJnited Churcd basement at  which F. M. Black, chairman of the  committee of direction* nnd Mr. Mc-  Dowall, another member of the committee, will speak. This is an excellent  opportunity to get all the information  you want about the provincial pool and  other matters handled by the: interior  tree fruit committee.  with Mrs. S. A. Speers holding the Winning ticket,    y  Kaslo Kootenaian: H. C. Ingram, of  Regina, government inspector .ot air  students, arrived in Kaslo on Tuesday  afternoon, pilot M&ePhee going down to  Kootenay Landing by airplane to bring1  him up to Kaslo. Yesterday the air students, who have put in their allotted  time, were put through their paces by  Inspector Ingram. Those taking the  examination yesterday were J.F.Warren, L. W. Bladon, R. E. Walton. G. H.  Finland and C. W. Warren. All passed  their examinations in fine order and are  in order for their commercial pilot's  licenses, which will be forthcoming from  Ottawa in a couple of "weeks.  Our former townsman Rev. 3. Herd-  man, has just been elected president of  New Denver Tennis club. For hia good  work in conducting the orchestra at the  presentation of the "Pirates; of Penzance"  at Pentieton last week, H, K. Whimster  was presented with a cigarette ease.  B. H. Bentley, now of Kimberley, has  been named a delegate to the Conservative convention at Cranbrook to select a  candidate to oppose Hon, Dr. King in  East Kootenay. Rev. R. E. Pow, a  former Presbyterian pastor, now with,  the United Church at Edson, Alberta, is-  asking to be shifted to a new field of  labor. C. B. Garland has just been  named president of Nelson Rotary Club.  P. B. Fowler is re-elected president of  Victoria Chamber of Commerce.; ^Bsvi--  M. W. Lees, Methodist pastor. here! in  1&1&, and of late at. Saanich, has  just been called to the United Church at  Courtenay.  4k.*k.M.  n  -f -'*���������_ --.- ��������� -���������--_���������-.a���������-,, a  I  TRY SUB SEBTOE;  VAIIII I   1IITC  IT  SVW _.L  MM.   ������������������  St Can't  131*1������  i  You can  not  d**rm* .  ���������fnm*  get a  NOTICE TO CATTLE OWNERS  Notice is hereby given that during and  after high water period no dry stock will  be allowed on the East side of Fats* as  this area is required for milch cows, GEO.  NICKEL, Secretary, Creston "Valley  Stockbreeders' -Association.  same prtce, or one as  good for more money.  The New  Ivmouth  is here for your inspection.       Call and  ask for a demonstration.  Greston Motors  *_������  igzcEEfB <-������f. at Marion i=kve.  V'^fWW^I'W'  'W'WWmWm'WmWW"WmW~Wm  S-saaje?   ������s������*k;, -~������*������sK: .������������������������������������>?aBB!gC;..~5S������fer-,.  a  fur Siirinft  %_rU|' II  BUI  Our stock of Hats and Caps  is now complete.  ^^^ir.^s������-_3-s^ME(������^f^^!������'s^'s^rj������tS!.*^  Saturday  FELTS in the new shades  at $3.00 to $7.75  including Borsalinos, Dan Dobbs  Sack ville and Budd.  STRAWS in great variety,  CAPS for Men and Boys  All the newest patterns and colors.  PRICES ARE RIGHT.  BABY BEEr, choice pot roasts  _-*-_*C������ 10*  BROOKFIEL-J BUTTER  2 lbs. for 85c.  SIDE BACON, by the piece, 42c.  CHOICE PORK CUTS from  ZZc. up.  We jiImo carry a full line oP all SWIFT'S products.  Gives uh ti trial 1    Onco tried always nsod,  |&.&&S2ft&&^ $P- ������% B^^^^WkW^Wr^^  Cranbrook Courier: Prank LabeTle,  of this city, has taken a Tease and option  of purchase on the Creston Hotel at  Creston and will take over the premises  on May 1st. Mr. Labelle is n. pioneer  hotelman of the Crow. He managed a  hotel at Hosmer in the early days and  also at Elko prior to the Are that wiped  out the business section there several  years ago. Before coming to Cranbrook  last year Mr. Labelle was in the hotel  business at Kaslo.  A apodal mooting of Kootenay presbytery of the PraabyterEun Church in  Canada was held on Thursday laat with  tho moderator, Rev. J. McLean-Boll, of  Cranbrook presiding. The call of Trail  congregation to Rev, P. St, Denlfl was  sustained and induction sot for May  21 st, at which Rev. P. McNab, pastor of  Creston Church, will be ono of the  apoalters. Final consideration of a call  by tho Nelson church to Rev. Jan.  YmwRHon, at prawont !ln Scotland, will be  made at Trail on tho 21st.  Socially and financially the bulb show  at Trinity Church hall under Women's  Institute auspices on Friday afternoon  was a RplowHtl buccbisb, the cash Intake  running to $4&. Col. Mallandaine opened tho nhow In hia usual happy fanhion  and with u hi������ turnout no trouble was  oxporUmcod In disposing of tho aprons,  home cooldnR and cut flowern. Tho  prize Rlvcm by Mra* Hayes tlor tha bent  apron In tho show was won by Mrs. M.  B, J<yj������<"������\ nm\ si met worVnul hy Mr������.  Compton u������nl Mm. Knyden was- raffled,  CRESTON MERCANTILE  COMPANY,   LTD,  nameomwKMisMiin  >m\n\m������+������mm\m&mJk+m%mm\mfamA,*.m\*mA.mAuiA*m&*&������m&+mAm^  ]  JB.     S. 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